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Transmission dripping

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06-11-2001 16:45:17

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The transmission oil drips after warming up. After a couple days it stops dripping. I thought I would change the transmission oil because who knows when it was last changed. What gaskets and oil do I need?

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Michael Soldan

06-12-2001 08:06:34

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 Re: transmission dripping in reply to greg, 06-11-2001 16:45:17  
Greg, the oil is likely coming from one of three sources. The seals behind the brake drums may be seeping enough oil to leak down and out the bottom of the brake covers, from there running down to the bottom of the tractor's rear. A second source would be one of the transmission or lift all seals up under the belly pan which could leak down to the rear housing. The one you don't want to hear is a hair line crack in the rear housing below the bull gear. I had this problem when an H I bought had sat outside for years with water in the rear oil, froze and cracked the housing. I was lucky enough to have only a short hair line crack that the local welding shop repaired successfully for me. There ar no required seals for an oil change of the rear,however there may be seals that need to be replaced to solve your problem. I have done brake seals ,tranny and liftall and had the housing welded...no oil leals..Good luck from Mike in Exeter Ontario

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06-11-2001 16:51:41

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 Re: transmission dripping in reply to greg, 06-11-2001 16:45:17  
Your IH dealer will be able to help you. For advice here you'll have to let us in on what tractor you have.

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06-11-2001 20:03:59

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 Re: Re: transmission dripping in reply to TomH, 06-11-2001 16:51:41  
this is a 1940 Farmall H

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06-11-2001 20:49:53

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 Re: Re: Re: transmission dripping in reply to greg, 06-11-2001 20:03:59  
Exactly where is it dripping from? There are many posibilities. I just finished overhauling the trans. and differintial on my '45 H.

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06-12-2001 09:29:27

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: transmission dripping in reply to bleedinred, 06-11-2001 20:49:53  
looks like an acess plate in front of the drain plug is where the drips are coming from. next time i go to the farm I'll see about taking that plate off.

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06-12-2001 19:41:03

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: transmission dripping in reply to greg, 06-12-2001 09:29:27  
Hi Greg,

Pull the inspection cover off and you will see there are two shafts in the front of the transmission case. The upper one is the power shaft(clutch shaft)in, the lower one is power out to the hydraulic pump. Chances are one or both are shot. You will have to pull the cotter keys out of the sleeves on the hyd. pump drive shaft and drop the short shaft segment out, then you can get a light up there for a good look-see. The yoke on the trans shaft unscrews, and then you can get to the seal and bearing easily. If it's the upper you will have to unbolt the yoke and split the tractor between the trans. and the clutch housing far enough that you can get the bearing holder off. Those seals are fairly common items--got mine from a bearing jobber, or CaseIH can order them for you... Good luck


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