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Water drip from clutch area

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Nathan

10-09-1999 09:58:11




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I have a 4500 backhoe(I think). It has the hydraulic motor swing on back. I think it may have been shipped over from England. Everything works fine. But I have a small drip of coolant coming from area between engine and transmission. Am I right in assuming that there is a freeze plug on back of engine inside bell housing area, and will have to split tractor to access. Also, the hydraulic swing motor leaks some fluid while using.Is there a seal or something that needs to be replaced. I ordered a service manual from Ford-New Holland(about 11lbs and several books)but it doesn't cover the hydraulic swing. It covers a wide range of tractors and hoes instead of a particular one. Thanks in advance for any HELP. Nathan

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Louis G

10-10-1999 00:08:22




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 Re: water drip from clutch area in reply to Nathan, 10-09-1999 09:58:11  
Justice Brothers makes a Radiator Stop-Leak that is excellent. It won't rebuild your freeze plugs or head gaskets, but it will stop a leak.



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RickB.

10-09-1999 16:30:07




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 Re: water drip from clutch area in reply to Nathan, 10-09-1999 09:58:11  
Yes, there are 4 expansion plugs; 3 into the water jacket, one of these is in the back of the head with 2 in the rear of the block. The fourth is a large plug covering the rear of the camshaft. Yes, you will have to split your tractor & remove the flywheel & spacer plate to access the plugs. You will need a new cork seal around the crankshaft rear main seal (which you may as well replace, too). Sorry, can't help with your swing motor.

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GEO

10-09-1999 17:58:36




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 Re: Re: water drip from clutch area in reply to RickB., 10-09-1999 16:30:07  
The swing motor is probably the same as the Massey Ferguson. Might check with a MF dealer and see if they can help you. Yours is the first I have heard of a Ford having a swing motor.



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Nathan

10-09-1999 18:37:11




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 Re: Re: Re: water drip from clutch area in reply to GEO, 10-09-1999 17:58:36  
Thanks for the response fellows. It's what I thought but didn't want to accept. The hoe is not used very often. I might try some stop leak. The Ford dealer didn't know about swing motor either. He said if I would bring hoe model #, he might be able to help. I found that and will check it out. The hydraulic swing motor works real smooth because there is no slack like with chains or bushings and pins. Nathan

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