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Massey Ferguson TEA 20 (Petrol Engine)-Transmission Oil Problems

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Matthew Nowell

04-02-2003 13:40:35




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When I pour more than 12 Litres into the Transmission caseing the oil leaks out from a small hole (it is a drilled or cast hole made from manufacture), not damage,it is at the underside of the flywheel/Clutch housing.I am using 30W-40W oil.The complete Transmission takes 22.8 Litres.Could it be that a seal is leaking and oil is getting into the clutch/flywheel housing, which I presume stays dry?And I have heard this hole is a saftey hole so that in the event of leaking oil getting into the clutch housing, it can escape.Is there anything I could tip in the Transmission that would seal the leak?
The rear tray is not staying at full height once you lift it, it slowley drops, could this be due to low level of oil in the Transmission?
Any advice appreciated.
Many Thanks
Matthew Nowell

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billy

04-10-2003 19:19:07




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 Re: Massey Ferguson TEA 20 (Petrol Engine)-Transmission Oil Problems in reply to Matthew Nowell, 04-02-2003 13:40:35  
sounds like transmission out put shaft seal is leaking. you willhahe to split tractor to repair. good luck.



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