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HYDRAULIC OIL LEAKING INTO CLUTCH HOUSING
|WILLIAM H||I HAVE A 4020 THAT HAS HYDRAULIC OIL LEAKING INTO THE CLUTCH HOUSING. WHERE COULD IT BE COMING FROM OTHER THAN OIL LINE GOING TO PTO VALVE.THANKS FOR ANY HELP.
|Dale||The transmission oil pump could have a seal leaking, check to see if the oil is hydraulic or engine oil. There is a serial # break in those parts up to 200,999 and 201,000 and up.
If the oil is coming from the lower weep hole in the clutch housing it most likely is the transmission pump oil seal, the other option if it's engine oil you could have a rear main engine seal that needs replaced. Either way the tractor needs to be split.
|WILLIAM H||I RPLACED THE REAR ENGINE SRAL ALREADY. SO I GUESS IT IS TRANSMISSION SEAL. CAN IT BE CHANGED FROM INSIDE CTUTH HOUSING BY TAKING OFF INPUT SAFT COVER OFF OR DO I NEED GO INTO TRANSMISSION AND DO FROM INSIDE.
|WILLIAM H||I REPLACED THE REAR ENGINE SEAL ALREADY. SO I GUESS IT IS TRANSMISSION SEAL. CAN IT BE CHANGED FROM INSIDE CTUTH HOUSING BY TAKING OFF INPUT SAFT COVER OFF OR DO I NEED GO INTO TRANSMISSION AND DO IT FROM INSIDE.
|Dale||William the you should be able to pull the engine half off and then the oil pump I think is in the front of the transmission housing, the transmission pump appears to be able to change after you pull the front half off. If you have a loader on yours pull the back half instead, just roll it out and you should be able to change that without pulling the transmission.
|william h||Dale, thanks for all the help will see what happens early this week. Thanks again, william
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