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transmission leak and fix.

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K.Campbell

12-02-2018 10:29:17




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Well I have a leak out of my weephole in the transmission. It's the hole that has the cotter pin, in front of the oil pan. So anyhow, I am going to order a transmission input shaft seal....is that all I need? I've consulted the manual, but can't tell. I figured I'd ask the experts.
I know I need to split the tractor, no biggie there..I know I need to remove the clutch assembly...not a problem. Is there any other gaskets though that I will need to purchase to finish the job?

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K.Campbell

12-05-2018 01:51:36




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 Re: transmission leak and fix. in reply to K.Campbell, 12-02-2018 10:29:17  
the only part number I see that is the transmission input shaft seal for a ferguson TO30 is this part number ...8N7052A. All my the part numbers I see are in the description of the part, below the picture of the part...possibly I have a different version of the parts catalog, I’m using my iPhone, sometimes that makes a difference.



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K.Campbell

12-05-2018 01:45:33




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 Re: transmission leak and fix. in reply to K.Campbell, 12-02-2018 10:29:17  
no but the previous owner had the entire transmission rebuilt including the hydrolic s about 5 years ago.



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K.Campbell

12-04-2018 17:30:49




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 Re: transmission leak and fix. in reply to K.Campbell, 12-02-2018 10:29:17  
where would you like me to check them at?



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miner09

12-04-2018 18:50:05




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 Re: transmission leak and fix. in reply to K.Campbell, 12-04-2018 17:30:49  
That's the two number's on the-- Tractor Parts-- on left side of page you will need. Have you ever rebuilt the assembly?



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K.Campbell

12-02-2018 16:23:28




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 Re: transmission leak and fix. in reply to K.Campbell, 12-02-2018 10:29:17  
hi guys, it's definitely the transmission leaking. I have mineral oil in the transmission and regular motor oil for the engine. It's leaking the mineral oil. There is one seal shown on here for sale, the input shaft seal. Is that indeed the correct seal I will need?



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miner09

12-02-2018 14:01:38




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 Re: transmission leak and fix. in reply to K.Campbell, 12-02-2018 10:29:17  
You have two seals in output assembly. Clutch can stay on engine if it's the transmission leaking.



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miner09

12-03-2018 05:53:36




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 Re: transmission leak and fix. in reply to miner09, 12-02-2018 14:01:38  
Check these numbers--195503M1----1860867M1



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Tom h.

12-02-2018 13:39:24




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 Re: transmission leak and fix. in reply to K.Campbell, 12-02-2018 10:29:17  
That could be the rear main seal and not the transmission. You will see which when you split it.



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old

12-02-2018 13:39:14




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 Re: transmission leak and fix. in reply to K.Campbell, 12-02-2018 10:29:17  
That leak could be either the transmission input shaft seal or the rear main seal on the engine



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