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case-o-matic HELP

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Kirk-NJ

09-21-2007 14:27:00




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Sitting on the seat of the Case W3 there is a shuttle shifter on the left, in the middle on top of trans is a 4 speed shifter with Start, On the right is a shifter. Is this the case-o-matic shifter? In front of that is a dip stick that is reading mighty low. If this is for the COM where do I add the fluid and what kind? I may be moving this machine on Sunday and don't want to ruin anything.




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Phil (NJ,Az,Sask)

09-21-2007 16:34:40




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 Re: case-o-matic HELP in reply to Kirk-NJ, 09-21-2007 14:27:00  
Kirk-NJ
I don't know what a W3 is but I have a 530CK with Case-O-Matic (COM) Clutch. The Locations you describe are similar to mine. The Shifter on the Right is the HI/Low (Results in 8 Forward & 8 reverse) The dip stick is for the COM and your filling Plug is on the BELL housing up near the starter (fluid will migrate into clutch cavity). Hydraulic Fluid.

The COM control is the Lever on the Right side of the steering wheel. It must be UP to start moving (Converter Drive) and then you pull it down for Direct Drive. The lever will RE-Set to UP (converter Drive) every time the Clutch is depressed. The COM acts like an Automatic Transmission without GEAR Shifting. You change gears, clutch depressed, at Minimum RPM & then release clutch and Increase RPM to move

When selecting a gear
Manual 1-4 .
Range: low is UP , Neutral, and Hi is down, Shuttle: FWD, Neutral, Reverse

Hope This Helps,

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Kirk-NJ

09-23-2007 04:32:26




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 Re: case-o-matic HELP in reply to Phil (NJ,Az,Sask), 09-21-2007 16:34:40  
Thanks for the info, Phil.



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