on top of transmission case near gear shift, there will be a square headed bolt. remove this and you will be able to check transmission oil. to check hydraulic fuid, u need to gind the fluid resevoir. remove cap and use a stick to dip in and see how much fluid is in it I can only point you to a couple sources. [http://www.binderbooks.com/industrial.htm Books] [http://www.ytmag.com/farmall/messages/428707.html Yesterday's Tractors] Good Luck and Remember.
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Looking at the rear of the tractor you will see two bolts above the center link bar on the rear axle. These are the filler plugs for your hydraulic and rear axle. Look under the driver side of your seat, there is a dipstick to check the hydraulic, differential, and wet-brake fluid levels.
The dipstick for the hydraulic fluid is hard to see straight on. If you stand behind the tractor and look behind the right arm of the three point hitch you will see a yellow dipstick. The dipstick is scored on either side to indicate min and max levels,
Hydraulic oils are used in hydraulic systems to power them. There are different hydraulic oils with different levels of viscosity. The higher the viscosity normally the more efficient the pumping system will be.
Hydraulic oil is very thin and will leak if it gets a chance. It does not burn out but after several hundred hours it may start to disappear Your transmission oil might leak into the engine or the rear end due to bad seals, however you have to determine how much oil you are using over what period of time. you will use some oil thru normal running conditions ,but not very much.
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You are not supposed to, it's a sealed transmission, no dip stick.
Just like with engine oil, transmission fluid is easy to check. There is a dipstick similar to that used to check engine oil levels. It is usually farther back on the engine. Pull it out and check the levels of the transmission fluid.
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Answer There is a dip stick at the back of the engine. Start your engine first, let it run and check your transmission oil level. You only check transmission oil levels when the engine is running, other oil levels have to be checked when the engine is warm to hot but not running.
If your 93 Nissan Pathfinder transmission won't shift into overdrive, check the transmission fluid levels. Ensure the fluid is at the proper level.
check the fluid levels. that's the only thing I can think of.
Check your transmission fluid and primary fluid levels.
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The 2003 Jaguar S Type does not have a transmission dipstick. These vehicles were manufactured in a manner that the transmission fluid levels can only be checked by professional service technicians.
It is important to check and maintain fluid levels in a car. To check the transmission fluid, a person looks for the red cap under the hood, this is the transmission dipstick.
No transmission fluid or fluid level is too low. If levels are fine, take to transmission repair shop.