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naa transmission (how to check the oil level)

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09-19-2003 19:45:12

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Ok..so I got the carburetor fixed and she runs good now. How do I know if there is enough oil in the 4 speed tranny? I opened that big bolt over the tranny box and looked inside. all I saw was gears and very little oil. Somebody locally told me that there never is lots of oil in there but how do I know how much is needed? Thanks!

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09-20-2003 18:21:58

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 Re: naa transmission (how to check the oil level) in reply to Roger, 09-19-2003 19:45:12  
The plug is in from the right footrest and has a hex head and you will see pipe threads sticking out from the side of the housing, do not remove the other hex head plug nearby that is threaded in flush with the housing.

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09-19-2003 21:26:04

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 Re: naa transmission (how to check the oil level) in reply to Roger, 09-19-2003 19:45:12  
On the right side of the tranny.. somewhere around the running board, there is a plug.. you remove that plug, and add oil til it runs out there.
According to my fo-19 manual, it holds about 6qts.
while the rear diff, and the hyds -each- hold 8 qts.


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