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3000 Ford Diesel HYD Suction Line Elbow Leak

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05-29-2013 10:40:15

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I have a pretty good fluid leak where the suction side elbow fits into the tractor case. I looked in the parts book and it shows no sealing ring or o-ring on the elbow going into the case. I have not tried to take it apart yet, as I was hoping someone on here has done it and can share any tips. Does the elbow just press onto the case or is there some type of retainer inside the case that holds it in. Thanks in advance.

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05-29-2013 15:15:57

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 Re: 3000 Ford Diesel HYD Suction Line Elbow Leak in reply to Rod9865, 05-29-2013 10:40:15  
Thanks a million Ultradog. Referring to the picture, is that threads on the case side of the elbow. I am wondering now how to remove it. I thought it just pressed in. I don't want to pry it out if screws in. The picture helped bunches.

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05-29-2013 13:28:21

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 Re: 3000 Ford Diesel HYD Suction Line Elbow Leak in reply to Rod9865, 05-29-2013 10:40:15  
Yes there is an oring there.

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05-29-2013 11:21:58

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 Re: 3000 Ford Diesel HYD Suction Line Elbow Leak in reply to Rod9865, 05-29-2013 10:40:15  
is that the c7nne883a ? (75)

i see an oring ( 76 ) on the tube at the elbow.. but my eyes can't see the lil diagram any better than that.

is that what you are taling about? 86629540

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