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Transmission on my Ford Jubilee is leaking

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10-14-2017 08:41:27

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Hay me and my grandfather need some help with this. I think it is just overflow but not sure. There is a pic of where the leak is any help is appreciated.

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10-15-2017 19:01:59

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 Re: Transmission on my Ford Jubilee is leaking in reply to JBowman, 10-14-2017 08:41:27  
You are right on the money with this for the x00 series and up Mark.

The Jubilee had external lines though. They ran under the transmission

rather than inside it like the later models.

Apparently too many got damaged so they put them inside?

Those Jubilees are an odd duck. I love 'em. LOL

That is, until I need to find a good, used, rear end housing for one...

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10-15-2017 18:45:35

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 Re: Transmission on my Ford Jubilee is leaking in reply to JBowman, 10-14-2017 08:41:27  
Let me guess without the picture. You said overflow. On the side where your right foot sits on the running board, look right at the center of the main frame casting in the center of the transmission section. If like my 2000 there is a " pipe plug. Put a pan under the tractor and unscrew it.

If fluid comes gushing out, next check your hydraulic fluid sump.....it should be low. If both are true then your hydraulic lines that I assume run thru your tranny case, like my '63 2000 do, have a/some pin hole(s) allowing pressurized hydraulic fluid to be forced into the tranny case.

Mine had been doing it for years. Every once in a while I drain and add. I replace with new fluid since the stuff coming out is cleaning up the innerds of the tranny and is ugh looking.

Sound Guy put me onto this problem!!!!!!!!

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10-14-2017 14:57:42

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 Re: Transmission on my Ford Jubilee is leaking in reply to JBowman, 10-14-2017 08:41:27  
As Larry said, picture didn't post.
Maybe because you're new to the forum.

There is an email button at the bottom of this reply.

If you want to send the picture to me, I'll post it for you.

Welcome to the forum!

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10-14-2017 11:14:01

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 Re: Transmission on my Ford Jubilee is leaking in reply to JBowman, 10-14-2017 08:41:27  
Your picture didn't post.

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