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Minneapolis Moline Tractors Discussion Forum
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Jetstar transmission and hydraulic fluid

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Phil 19

09-01-2020 13:39:18




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I have a Jetstar and wanted to know is the transmission fluid and hydraulic fluid together or seperate? Where is the hydraulic fluid level and where do you fill it? Is transhydraulic fluid ok?




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MMDEL

09-04-2020 07:53:20




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 Re: Jetstar transmission and hydraulic fluid in reply to Phil 19, 09-01-2020 13:39:18  
FILL THE AMPLI-TORC FIRST through the adjusting hole till it runs out of the level plug for that compartment. Then fill the trans diff.

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ChrisQ

09-01-2020 20:17:38




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 Re: Jetstar transmission and hydraulic fluid in reply to Phil 19, 09-01-2020 13:39:18  
They are separate. Depending on what it has for hydraulics/3 point there are different fill places. Most you remove the 4 bolt plate under the seat with the rate and cycle levers. Fill to 1/2" from top. Amplitorc fill plug is on right side, behind and below the adjustment hole (which is the best fill hole for the amplitorc. Rear end level plug is lower and back further behind the brake pedals. Fill from large plug by gearshift.

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t.r.k.

09-03-2020 17:39:58




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 Re: Jetstar transmission and hydraulic fluid in reply to ChrisQ, 09-01-2020 20:17:38  
I am thinking you just fill the transmission to the rear check plug. You can fill through the pipe plug near the gear shift lever.

After you run it a few minutes it will fill to the front check plug at the Amplitorque of its' own accord. It funnels oil thrown from the gears up through the case to get there.

On my Jetstar, there is a street elbow on the front of the housing and it turns up and has a pipe plug in it. The level in the 3 point is about perfect if it is brim full there. (Not all jetstars have that elbow on the 3 point and my 445 has none either.)

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Phil 19

09-02-2020 08:18:39




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 Re: Jetstar transmission and hydraulic fluid in reply to ChrisQ, 09-01-2020 20:17:38  
It does have 3 point.



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