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Randy, check to be sure wheels spin freely lube axles/bearings and air pressure in tires. If this dose not help Re POST year, make, model #,engine, transmission and complete question so we, here at fixya can answer your question effectively.
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this is a difficult request but generally if the wire have been cut the wires of the same color will be able to be rejoined ok
so any red wires are generally power wires so connect to red wires and black are earth wires so connect black to black and so on
you local ford tractor service dealer may have a schematic for the wires in an old manual
a judicial use of a multimeter is also a good idea
try -going google and typing in-- wiring schematic wiring diagram for --- your make and model of machine and see if there is a pdf version available
Tractor, that is correct , Fixya has no Tractor catagory.
oddly , nor SEMI TRUCK tractors.
stored out doors? or IN?
seems this post is for stuck parking brake lever.
its rusted, replace the rusted parts.
or attempt to lube them.
same answer on all mech, parts. pure mech.
Hello, You really need to look under the Vehicle to see what is leaking. Best if you can put it inside with several newspapers under it. Then if it is a slow leak you will be able to look directly above the drip stain.
You have several things which could leak. There is a water draintube from the Air Conditioning ducts and it is normal and harmless for this tube to drain. Look at the color of what fluid is draining. Red usually means transmission fluid. There are cooling lines running from the Trans to the radiator. They can leak as well as the trans gasket.
If you have a 4wheel drive, the transfer case can also leak. Photos for the undercarriage are few and far between. Try a Web Browser search using your model vehicle and then the terms undercarriage photos. Avoid using diagrams as a term because you will get stick diagrams and no photos.
Some repairs are quite easy, but front seals require separation of the trans from the motor and some tailshaft housings require disassembly of the back of the trans to install rear seals. Depends on whether rear seal is accessible from the end or must be install with the casing removed. Rear seal requires removal of the driveshaft.
Sometimes you can get the photo you need from an individual using a Blog format. Look for Chevy or GMC blog sites, 4x4 sites and so on.
Possible. Could be the differential. I don't know a lot about this transmission but I found a schematic that show the differential and keys. Since you have the case split, I am assuming you are mechanically inclined so I would recommend disassembling it the rest of the way and check everything. Here is the link to the schematic I found on line. Good luck....