Yes, the hydraulic fluid goes in the little hole on the front end. The breather should pull out and have a dipstick attached to it. The loader bucket should be flat on the ground and the backhoe in the transport position, with the stabilizers in the up position, oil cold, when you check it. We had four 4500's of various years, if I remember correctly they were all negative ground. I'm assuming you have an alternator, I think the generators were neg. ground too. I haven't seen the latest manuals from NH, but if you get a 4000 manual it pretty well covers the drivetrain. If you have a basic knowledge of hydraulics you can get along without the loader and backhoe manuals.
Today's Featured Article - Product Review: Electronic Ignition - by Staff. Oil, for example has come a long way in the last 50 years and I don't use anything but the latest API grade available. I've heard the arguments for non-detergent oils but would never trade it for today's formulations. Paint is another, the modern acrylic enamels are great for resistance to grease and fuel stains, retaining their shine and they last forever; unlike enamels and lacquers . Still another is the alternator. No doubt using the original generator keeps the tractor pure, but for thos
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