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480ck or 580ck getting transmission fluid into rear section

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robilmichael

06-17-2014 11:23:11




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Hi, I have 480ck with 3 pt. hitch and pto, with 4 speed hi/low with a shuttle shift. I noticed that my transmission fluid was low and my rear section was high in fluid, and it looks like the trans fluid is getting into the rear section. Any ideas what would be causing this? Thanks.




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Case Nutty 1660

06-17-2014 13:15:16




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 Re: 480ck or 580ck getting transmission fluid into rear section in reply to robilmichael, 06-17-2014 11:23:11  
could be 3pt rockshaft piston seals leaking, or one of the shaft seals from the trans to the rear end needs replaced



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robilmichael

06-17-2014 16:00:12




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 Re: 480ck or 580ck getting transmission fluid into rear section in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 06-17-2014 13:15:16  
Thanks, is the piston seal accessible from the top by removing the cover, or do I need to split the tractor? I assume that I need to split the tractor if it is some other seal.

Thanks again for any help.



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Case Nutty 1660

06-17-2014 16:45:38




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 Re: 480ck or 580ck getting transmission fluid into rear section in reply to robilmichael, 06-17-2014 16:00:12  
to get to the rockshaft remove the top cover/rockshaft to repair, there is also a return hose that can brake and dump oil into the rear compartment as well, you will find it when you start to remove the top cover



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robilmichael

06-17-2014 18:55:24




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 Re: 480ck or 580ck getting transmission fluid into rear section in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 06-17-2014 16:45:38  
Thanks. I have a manual and will put that on the to-do list.



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