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Big John H

09-10-2019 06:33:02




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Above and slightly to the left of the started of my TEA20 there is a hole where a milky colored fluid is leaking out does anyone have an idea why that may be happening?




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Charles in Aus.

09-11-2019 17:04:05




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 Re: Milky colored fluid in reply to Big John H, 09-10-2019 06:33:02  
Yes they do Steve , it's a case of them being filled with mud then painted over in most circumstances where they can't be seen .
As an aside , you can replace the cotter pin without having to split the tractor , it's a little fiddly but achievable .
Use a pin with a head just a little bigger than the hole and pull one leg of the pin with pliers while pushing the other with pliers all while forcing the head into the hole . Once in shove a screwdriver between the pin arms to jam it into place and bend them outwards.
All this conspires to widen the head and make it stay put .
I did this to my TED20 over ten years ago , the pin is still there .

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John Deere D

09-11-2019 15:20:22




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 Re: Milky colored fluid in reply to Big John H, 09-10-2019 06:33:02  
Pictures of my PARTS TEA-20's..........


Bob.....My daily driver is at my brother-in-law's....




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Big John H

09-11-2019 11:20:13




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 Re: Milky colored fluid in reply to Big John H, 09-10-2019 06:33:02  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see NOT YET.....but it will have soon!



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John Deere D

09-10-2019 18:57:34




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 Re: Milky colored fluid in reply to Big John H, 09-10-2019 06:33:02  
If your TEA-20 has a factory 6-Volt starter I would strongly suggest you remove it and service as required.



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steve19438

09-11-2019 10:44:01




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 Re: Milky colored fluid in reply to John Deere D, 09-10-2019 18:57:34  
so I have to ask. does the tea-20 NOT have the cotter pin weep hole ?



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John Deere D

09-11-2019 15:22:26




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 Re: Milky colored fluid in reply to steve19438, 09-11-2019 10:44:01  
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so I have to ask. does the tea-20 NOT have the cotter pin weep hole ?


My TEA-20's have a weep hole........no cotter pin........

Bob....



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miner09

09-10-2019 18:11:58




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 Re: Milky colored fluid in reply to Big John H, 09-10-2019 06:33:02  
You have water in transmission--rear end--hydraulic. Seals are bad in transmission letting oil-water come out around output shaft. Then leaking out the drain hole. If you don't replace seals be sure and drain oil and refill with new oil.Water comes in around gear shift on top transmission.



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Big John H

09-10-2019 12:59:05




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 Re: Milky colored fluid in reply to Big John H, 09-10-2019 06:33:02  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeYes that's it sorry my typing this week has gone to hell.... that is the hole.



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John Deere D

09-10-2019 13:44:40




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 Re: Milky colored fluid in reply to Big John H, 09-10-2019 12:59:05  
One of my TEA-20 parts machines...

Bob...



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John Deere D

09-10-2019 11:21:13




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 Re: Milky colored fluid in reply to Big John H, 09-10-2019 06:33:02  
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Above and slightly to the left of the started of my TEA20 there is a hole where a milky colored fluid is leaking out does anyone have an idea why that may be happening?

...to the left of the started.......????..."Starter"...?

Is this picture of assistance ....?


Bob....Owner operator TEA-20...



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