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In Reply to: case 580ck diesel backhoe leaking oil from bottom of starter nose posted by Steve Hayes on Friday, April 27, 2018:
The oil seal in the starter is mounted in a plate between the nose and the body,in other words the bendix is in the oil side and the armature is in the dry side,see the torque is not overfilled and any breathers it has are not blocked,the usual cause of oil leaking from the starter is the torque is leaking and the oil is filling up the compartment faster than it can return to the pump compartment,if the starter seal is leaking the oil will be coming out from between the back cover and the body,loosen the two long screws a few turns and prise the cover back a smidgen,if there is oil there it will drip out,then change the seal and see how it fares.
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