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07-25-2006 15:45:41




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hi guys can someone tell me where the hyd. oil fill is on a dc4 and how you check the level? thanks pete




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JHEITKEMPER

07-25-2006 20:04:52




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 Re: DC4 in reply to petenv, 07-25-2006 15:45:41  
iT IS THE SMALLER OF THE 2 PLUGS ON THE LEFT SIDE OF THE TOP OF TRANSMISSION DIRECTLY UNDER THE SEAT ,,LARGE PLUG IS FOR 90 WEIGHT FOR TRANSMISION ,,,uSE 30 IN hYDRO SUMP ,,,,THE FULL MARK PLUG IS USUALLY ON THE LEFT ABOVE THE HYDRO LEVERS THAT ARE DIRECTLY FASTENED TO THE PUMP ,VERY SMALL 1/4 PLUG ,, USING PTO SHAFT AS REFERENCE IT WILL BE AT AROUND THE 7 O CLOCK SPOT ,,TRANS FULL LEVEL PLUG IS ON THE RIGHT REAR ,MOST OF THE TIME ,,,IT IS UNDER THE FLOOR BD , ALTHOUGH IT IS LOCATED ON THE HYDRO HOUSING ,,THIS HOUSING DOES SERVE AS THE BACK FACE PLATE FOR THE TRANNY , IF YOU ARE NOT WELL AQUOINTTED WITH THIS TRACTOR AND YOU ARE CHANGING ENGINE OILS ,,MAKE SURE YOU DRAIN AND IT IS A GOOD IDEA TO FLUSH OUT THE WET CLUTCH HOUSING ,,PLUG IS ON LOWEST RIGHT SIDE,,, HIDDEN IN THE FAR FORWARD AREA OF THE CLUTCH HOUSING THIS OIL IS SHARED WITH THE ENGINE OIL , I HAVE BEEN TOLD , IT SEEKS ITS OWN LEVEL WHILE RUNNING ,, RIGHT AFTER YOU CHANGE OIL ,, ITS ALWAYS A GOOD IDEA TO RECHECK THE OIL CRANKCASE LEVEL AFTER A HALF HOURS RUNNING , AND TOP OFF ... ENGINE TAKES 40 W AND 50 W IS A GOOD IDEA IF WORKING HARD IN THE HEAT OF THE SUMMER ,,AND ALWAYS AVOID PROLONGED STATIONARY WORK WITH THE FRONT END ON A STEEP UPHILL INCLINE , ALL YOUR ENGINE OIL COULD END UP IN THE CLUTCH HOUSING ,, NEVER HEARD OF ANYONE LOSING A MOTOR THAT WAY ,,,BUT DAD ALWAYS CAUTIONED ME ABOUT GRINDING FEED ,,IT ALL MADE SENSE TO ME ,,HOPE THAT HELPS ,,THESE OLD GIRLS ARE NEARLY BULLET PROOF , JIM

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 Re: DC4 in reply to petenv, 07-25-2006 15:45:41  
iT IS THE SMALLER OF THE 2 PLUGS ON THE LEFT SIDE OF THE TOP OF TRANSMISSION DIRECTLY UNDER THE SEAT ,,LARGE PLUG IS FOR 90 WEIGHT FOR TRANSMISION ,,,uSE 30 IN hYDRO SUMP ,,,,THE FULL MARK PLUG IS USUALLY ON THE LEFT ABOVE THE HYDRO LEVERS THAT ARE DIRECTLY FASTENED TO THE PUMP ,VERY SMALL 1/4 PLUG ,, USING PTO SHAFT AS REFERENCE IT WILL BE AT AROUND THE 7 O CLOCK SPOT ,,TRANS FULL LEVEL PLUG IS ON THE RIGHT REAR ,MOST OF THE TIME ,,,IT IS UNDER THE FLOOR BD , ALTHOUGH IT IS LOCATED ON THE HYDRO HOUSING ,,THIS HOUSING DOES SERVE AS THE BACK FACE PLATE FOR THE TRANNY , IF YOU ARE NOT WELL AQUOINTTED WITH THIS TRACTOR AND YOU ARE CHANGING ENGINE OILS ,,MAKE SURE YOU DRAIN AND IT IS A GOOD IDEA TO FLUSH OUT THE WET CLUTCH HOUSING ,,PLUG IS ON LOWEST RIGHT SIDE,,, HIDDEN IN THE FAR FORWARD AREA OF THE CLUTCH HOUSING THIS OIL IS SHARED WITH THE ENGINE OIL , I HAVE BEEN TOLD , IT SEEKS ITS OWN LEVEL WHILE RUNNING ,, RIGHT AFTER YOU CHANGE OIL ,, ITS ALWAYS A GOOD IDEA TO RECHECK THE OIL CRANKCASE LEVEL AFTER A HALF HOURS RUNNING , AND TOP OFF ... ENGINE TAKES 40 W AND 50 W IS A GOOD IDEA IF WORKING HARD IN THE HEAT OF THE SUMMER ,,AND ALWAYS AVOID PROLONGED STATIONARY WORK WITH THE FRONT END ON A STEEP UPHILL INCLINE , ALL YOUR ENGINE OIL COULD END UP IN THE CLUTCH HOUSING ,, NEVER HEARD OF ANYONE LOSING A MOTOR THAT WAY ,,,BUT DAD ALWAYS CAUTIONED ME ABOUT GRINDING FEED ,,IT ALL MADE SENSE TO ME ,,HOPE THAT HELPS ,,THESE OLD GIRLS ARE NEARLY BULLET PROOF , JIM

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