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Posted by meb on Monday, April 16, 2018:

Ford 76' 4500 hydraulic leak

Was 80 degrees on Saturday and I had some earth that needed to be moved. Was using the backhoe for a good solid 2 hours. I noticed a leak underneath. The oil was clear and light weight. I'm fairly certain it was hydraulic fluid. I attached a picture. You are looking at the bottom of thee transmission. The plate is approximately 5 by 5. Oil was dripping out of that whole in the middle. At first I thought that a bolt may have fallen out, but after inspecting it with a flash light; it is not a bolt. Any ideas what could be causing the oil to leak from there? Clearly that is where it was coming from.

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