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I have a deutz allis 616 with the hydrostatic tranny that is overheating I believe. Shifter seal leaks after its hot and it won't hardly move

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I would pressure wash trany down, make sure it is clean. Drive car at highway speed. Now inspect trany and see if you find the leak, one thing you did not say you changed was trany pan gasket, also look at trany cooler lines.

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No, the pump is internal so it can't be the cause of the leak. You must find out from where the leak is coming: get underneath the truck and clean the transmission case spotless; now drive the truck for about 10 minutes on a clean road. Get under the truck again and now spot the origin of the leak: if it's the case itself the one that is cracked and leaking you will need a new transmission; if it's at one of the shafts the entire transmission will have to be taken off the truck and dismantled to access it - a very big job, better left to a repair shop.

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SOURCE: shifter moves freely ,won't engage ingear ,now won't start

shift linkage is broken, as in the cable or a bushing on the ends has come off

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2.take the drive shaft down.
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4.take the screw driver and put it in the crack where the seal and tranny meet.
5.you will need to tap the screw driver into the crack until you can get a good grip on the seal with the screw driver.
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