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|Shawn||I do not have a service manual for this but was
wondering what kind of fluid I should use in the transaxle on my JD AMT? Also, how high should the level be?
|Phil Warner||There's a level check plug down low on the left side; it is a 12mm hex. Remove the plug and add 90 weight oil at the fill hole on the top until it runs from the check hole. Service manual says 90 is good for 14 to 104 degrees F; multiviscosity can be used for other temp ranges, but it says not to mix oils.
Now then, does anyone know what fluid is used in the optional bed dump hydraulic system? What is in it looks like red auto trans fluid, but there is no info in my service manual. Mine is way low and I need to add fluid.