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Farmall & IHC Tractors Discussion Forum

IH 350 utility - Where to fill differential fluid

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11-25-2019 21:04:26

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Many questions
Is the tank below the seat part of the differential?
If not, where would I add oil to the differential?
I read that there is more then one pug. Is that true on the IH 350 utility?
Do I use HY-tran?
Is changing the hydraulic screen woth the effort? It looks like its under the heavy tank lid
The tractor has power steering and loader and backhoe. I have drained the plug between the axle and not sure if I should just fill up the tank under seat until it show full or do something else.

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Brian AB

11-27-2019 10:48:48

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 Re: IH 350 utility - Where to fill differential fluid in reply to craigsorensen, 11-25-2019 21:04:26  
The transmission/differential fill plug is right beside the gear shift

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Charlie M

11-26-2019 03:43:18

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 Re: IH 350 utility - Where to fill differential fluid in reply to craigsorensen, 11-25-2019 21:04:26  
The tank under the seat is hydraulic only. Rear end oil is separate and the fill plug is between your legs when sitting on it in front of the seat. I can't remember how many drain plugs there are but people use hytran in the transmission as its also the oil for the TA. You may want to get a manual as it will tell where all the drain and fill plugs are and how many gallons each area holds. If you have a loader it must have its own hydraulic oil as the tractor doesn't hold enough to use a loader.

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Duner Wi

11-26-2019 17:54:58

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 Re: IH 350 utility - Where to fill differential fluid in reply to Charlie M, 11-26-2019 03:43:18  
If you have TA I think you have 3 drain plugs and 2 level plugs.

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11-26-2019 21:07:12

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 Re: IH 350 utility - Where to fill differential fluid in reply to Duner Wi, 11-26-2019 17:54:58  
And the IPTO is not included because it is also separate and has its own level plug. "drivers side" Jim

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