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How do you check the hydraulic and transmission fluid levels on an international 2444 gas tractor?

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2007-03-28 14:15:36
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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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