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Oil leak, & gas in the oil
|DVS||Oil leak, checked dipstick. GAS in the oil. The manual says warm the engine first before changing oil. Is it a good idea when the gasoline is in the case, or should I just go ahead and drain. Manual recommends 10W, is that 10W30? Will this take 5-6 litres?
|Bill Michaels||Do not start the engine. Drain the crankase and fill with fresh oil. Change filter also. I don't know what type of tractor you are working on but it sounds like your float is sticking open, or the needle and seat are worn. Are you shutting off the fuel when the tractor is turned off?
|DVS||The tractor is a Massey Ferguson TO 35, Thanks for the advice and help.*I will make sure the fuel is off from now on.
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