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John Deere 8300 abnormal leaks from input shaft of power shift transmission
|Mike|| Does this area with the leak feed another part of the tractor? If not is there a plate mounted
in the end of the shaft to block the oil?
|lucas||Thank You for answer me. This tube doesn't feed any other equipment with oil. And there is no plate in the end to block the oil. We tried to mount something to block oil, but it was even worst. I have found out that it is a ventilation tube. Any ideas why it leaks??
|Mike|| NO Idea why it leaks. One thing could be the
fluid is over filled. Another could be the wrong
fluid and it is foaming causing the leak. Foaming
will cause the oil level to rise and act like it's over filled. If you block off a vent it will
cause pressure inside the tranny and make fluid
come out worse.
|Brian||Did you ever find out what was causing this. I have a JD 8400 doing the same thing.
|carlos aponte||tengo un john deere 8400 con fuga por el eje de entrada de la transmicion
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