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Oil Leakage at axles of 7 speed 918-04566 transmission assembly


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#1 560Dennis OFFLINE  

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Posted May 09, 2017 - 07:36 PM

I looked over the manual and did not see oil recommendation type, weight , ?
So I look at the transmission briefly did not see a fill or drain.
I don't know how long they both have been leaking .
Is there seal in the gear box ?
How do I check ?
How long will this go before it locks up. I think the forward and reverse shift Rod is hanging up , which cause the Transmission stay in neutral when it in forward or reverse . Had to rock the tractor back forth to get it to goin into gear

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Posted May 09, 2017 - 08:11 PM

Im thinking that, like a lot of new transaxles, you cant fill them. If you want to, you will have to unbolt the two halves, and fill that way. Such a pain in the behind. 



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Posted May 09, 2017 - 08:21 PM

Im thinking that, like a lot of new transaxles, you cant fill them. If you want to, you will have to unbolt the two halves, and fill that way. Such a pain in the behind.

Ouch that hurts . That tractor beat me up today with all the things I had to discover to get it mowing again . Not just tractor wouldn't go forward or backwards . But it started , had it stuck in the ditch ,had to P use it to the garage to fix ,catch my breath the take the deck out look see why it wasn't moving UGH ,

Edited by 560Dennis, May 09, 2017 - 08:24 PM.

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