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5020 leaking oil

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b woods

11-25-2012 19:09:59

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my question is i have a 5020 John Deere that is leaking hydraulic oil out of the bottom of the clutch housing. Most likely the seal between the input shaft and the pto drive shaft or the seal in the end of the quill. Do you think i need to split at the clutch housing and the engine or the transmission case and clutch housing ,to get too both of these seals.

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b woods

11-26-2012 14:48:40

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 Re: 5020 leaking oil in reply to b woods, 11-25-2012 19:09:59  
Thanks i have done a 6030 but not a 5020

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b woods

11-26-2012 06:01:27

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 Re: 5020 leaking oil in reply to b woods, 11-25-2012 19:09:59  
tim you are saying the clutch housing and engine split, will get me to the 2 seals on the input shaft correct

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Tim S

11-26-2012 08:53:14

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 Re: 5020 leaking oil in reply to b woods, 11-26-2012 06:01:27  
Yes splitting right behind the engine block, putting you into the clutch area.

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Tim S

11-26-2012 03:55:48

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 Re: 5020 leaking oil in reply to b woods, 11-25-2012 19:09:59  
Yes..a split is needed, check the rear main seal & clutch while your in there...

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David G

11-26-2012 07:10:54

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 Re: 5020 leaking oil in reply to Tim S, 11-26-2012 03:55:48  
Agree totally on checking rear main seal. I had dealer change clutch on my Ford, now rear main seal is leaking, so another split.

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Tim S

11-26-2012 08:55:29

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 Re: 5020 leaking oil in reply to David G, 11-26-2012 07:10:54  
I always figure a rear main seal in with a clutch job, along with the input shaft seal.

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