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1969 Ford 2000 engine oil-hydraulic oil

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Ron Drake

10-06-2004 07:12:08




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I recently sold a Ford 2000 and customer says he has put 6 quarts of engine oil in so far. He is not a heavy user and that amount of oil is excessive. His hydraulic oil becomes black soon after changing and I am wondering if perhaps engine oil(possibly though the hydraulic pump)can get back there? Exhaust appears to be normal and no leaks are apparent. Any ideas?




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txblu...finale post

10-06-2004 14:16:18




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 Re: 1969 Ford 2000 engine oil-hydraulic oil in reply to Ron Drake, 10-06-2004 07:12:08  
Just got home and looked at 3 tractors and the books. No way that engine oil is going to transfer 6 qts of oil to the hyd system period.

Something is fishey. Suggest you investigate. You're not getting the whole story.

If I can help more, ask.

Mark



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txblu

10-06-2004 09:45:03




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 Re: 1969 Ford 2000 engine oil-hydraulic oil in reply to Ron Drake, 10-06-2004 07:12:08  
It'd have to but how. I know there is oil (probably splash engine oil) on the pump's drive gear (piston pump on left side). Would have to have some kind of pressure and really bad seals to get into hyd that way. Hyd lines to the hyd section don't come anyways near the crankcase. Bolt up to the tranny. The rear main seal is out as there are too many things to stop that from being it.

How's the hyd oil level? Does it appear to be higher than before? Does it have remotes? If so, dirty oil could be coming from dirty implements.

Man you have a brain teaser here. Will think about it this evening and see if I can come up with something.

Mark

PS Guy doesn't have neighborhood pranksters does he?

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txblu

10-06-2004 09:48:19




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 Re: 1969 Ford 2000 engine oil-hydraulic oil in reply to txblu, 10-06-2004 09:45:03  
Woops. That's 3 mistakes in 2 days. 1969. Mine are pre '65. Don't know what happened after that on the 2000. Have a '65 to '75 service manual that might shed some light, but don't know if '75 and '79 are the same. On the bigger tractor, the '75 was a 4000 and the '79 was a 4600. Don't know differences yet (just got the 4600...no manuals) but could look in the '75 manual. Will do.

Mark



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