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IH 404 coolant leak
Can someone please let me know if coolant should be or not be present in the cavity shown on the photo? I just want to make sure I'm not doing something wrong or something that can potentially damage the motor when I seal the leak with a silicone made gasket.
|ponymare||That appears to be the torque housing, there might be a freeze plug behind the flywheel on the back of the block that's rusted out, or a freeze crack.
|jim||There IS a core plug in the back of the block, behind flywheel. Have to split tractor to repair. Should not be any coolant in that housing.
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