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|Bob Zubaugh||I'm having problems shifting from forward to reverse ever since I added M2C48A Trans/Hydraulic fluid to my transmission.
My owners manual says it should be M2C41A same as the power steering. However, my New Holland dealer says that's not available and that the M2C48A is what is required. I think they are wrong.
Anybody have one of these backhoes that can help I'd really appreciate it
|gus||should be 134A
|Bob Zubaugh||Thanks Gus,
My dealer maintains it should be 134D but I think the viscosity is causing shifting problems. HThey said there is a winter formula that I could try and I'm considering Shell's Donax TDL.
I'll ask about the 134A
Appreciate your response