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I have a 2615 Mahindra, 770 hrs. changed hy trans.fluid @300, and 600.hrs. the three point starts to creep down in the raised position, with engine off it creeps all the way down.

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the automatic transmission creeps? is that it?
that means the (brakes are dead) or the engine RPM is too fast.
if engine is cold (was it) the RPM can be and will be very high and will creep. so is it cold, the engine , and how cold, was it at time of creep
and what was the engine RPM.

or does e ofline mean off line or really means stalls.
as in, my engine when off line, like printer. or ?
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this is simple, all A./T have a clutch that has a stall speed
if you exceed that, RPM it does creep, that is how the a/T fluid clutch works. That is why say , when you idle a 800 RPM it dont creep
then you advance the throttle (engine rpm rises) there is a point
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all normal.
this is why the operators guide has you start the engine brakes on
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Fluid Level Checking & Filling To Check:
  1. Connect a scan tool to the vehicle to read ATF temperature. ATF checking temperature should be 95° - 113°F (35° - 45°C).
  2. Start the engine.
  3. Raise and safely support the vehicle.
  4. Place a drain pan under the transmission.
  5. Allow the ATF temperature to reach 95° - 113°F (35° - 45°C). Automatic transmission fluid inspection plug vw-07-00-7273.gif

  6. Remove the inspection plug from the transmission housing. Fluid is pipe will run out. If fluid continues to drip out, no additional fluid is needed. If only the fluid in the overflow pipe runs out, additional fluid is needed.
To Fill:
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  1. Pry the cap from the filler pipe. The cap locking device will be destroyed during removal.
  2. Pull the plug from the filler pipe.
  3. Add fluid slowly with VAG 1924 or equivalent until fluid runs out of the inspection hole. Install the inspection hole plug.
  4. Install the plug in the filler pipe and secure with a new cap.
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