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Michael Andros

10-13-2013 17:46:46




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I recently purchased a Case 631C-H. In checking fluid levels today before doing some grading I found the trans level to be unacceptably low. As I have not yet received the maintenance manual for this tractor I am at a loss where the fill tube is for the trans other than using the trans dip stick tube which while it may work is exceptionally small.

Also other than seeing Dextron being used is there a factory recommended trans fluid. I believe it is classified the Case-o-matic as it has 4 forward/1 reverse in a low/high combination.

Thanks for your help!!!

Mike

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Case Nutty 1660

10-13-2013 18:02:45




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 Re: Fluid levels in reply to Michael Andros, 10-13-2013 17:46:46  
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these are shots of my 600B I had handy they are almost the same tractor as far as the Case-O-Matic go I unscrew the breather and fill thru there ATF can be used I prefer Case Hy-Tran fluid myself hope this helps
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Androsmj

10-13-2013 20:10:38




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 Re: Fluid levels in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 10-13-2013 18:02:45  
Thanks Case Nutty 1660. There is no place around here carrying the Case Hytran so I"ll either have to order it or find a suitable substitute. My 631 has a breather much the same as your but on the opposite side of the dip stick.


Mike



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androsmj

10-14-2013 09:41:38




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 Re: Fluid levels in reply to Androsmj, 10-13-2013 20:10:38  
I guess I should have asked what the capacity of the trans is. While there is no measurable amount appearing on the dipstick there is some splashing that is hitting the stick. Also what is the best way to check the transmission level? I"m on a level surface and have engaged the trans in low with the brake applied.



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Case Nutty 1660

10-14-2013 10:20:33




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 Re: Fluid levels in reply to androsmj, 10-14-2013 09:41:38  
capacity is 12 quarts total you can check it that way or with engine off and oil cold it should read over full with engine off
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Case Nutty 1660

10-13-2013 20:16:49




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 Re: Fluid levels in reply to Androsmj, 10-13-2013 20:10:38  
sorry I should have went and took pics of one of my 630's for you as well hope it helps though
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Androsmj

10-15-2013 20:53:59




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 Re: Fluid levels in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 10-13-2013 20:16:49  
Well, I dropped in a gallon of dextron and it did even show on the dipstick. I'll pick up some more Wednesday and take care of it. Thank for all the help. Now I hope the maintenance manual gets here in time to provide some winter reading material.



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Case Nutty 1660

10-16-2013 01:25:01




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 Re: Fluid levels in reply to Androsmj, 10-15-2013 20:53:59  
no problem on the help if you need something else just post and we will help if we can
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