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|Emmanuel Theodosiou||I have a MF 65 tractor. I was changing the oil in the gearbox and while waiting for the oilt to drain, I opened an inspection plate just in front of the seat. There were 2 bolts. It looked like an inspection plate. A rod protrudedwhen I took the inspection plate off, then dropped back down into the gearbox. The lift will not work, and I haven't a clue where the rod went. Needless to say, I wish I hadn't touched the plate. All advice is welcome with thanks in advance!
|Big Dean||The rod you are talking about is the standpipe The plate is the transfer cap. There is a hole in the pump body the standpipe fits into. you may have to remove the access plate on the right that the dipstick is in to get the standpipe out if it fell in the rear housing. I was a Massey Ferguson mechanic for 27 years if you need more help on this email me Big Dean