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|Gordon Bannister||Can anyone advise how you determine the correct oil level in the differential of a Ford 4600. The filler cap doesn't have a dipstick. I have read in another tractor forum that there is an oil level plug on the RHS of the housing about 6" below the filler plug. I cannot see anything that resembles this on mine.
Any advice would be much appreciated.... thanks
|Sean in PA||I'm not sure about the 4600, but if it's like my 4000, you may be confusing the rear axle/differential with the transmission. The rear axle/differential on my 4000 gets filled up to the fill hole, which is on the top right side of the pumpkin.
The transmission, on the other hand, has a fill hole on top, but the level hole is about 6 inches down the side of the tranny housing from the fill hole.
|Shaun Wallace||its on rh side either on top or bottom of step in hyd pump hsg its square head plug about 9/16 wrench size