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Oil leak at trans axle

I have a simplicity javelin 44 inch lawn mower with an oil leak at the left transaxle. i was wondering if anyone had ran in to this problem. Also can you get gaskets to repair or even add oil so i can use it for this season. If you can add oil what type would you use.

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Hi, I will try to help you. In the rear of the tractor on the right hand side as you stand behind the mower if you get down and look at right over the axle you will see a small hose with a plug in the end of it and that is where you put fluid in. Hope this helps. George

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Check the air filter to see if it's cloged up with dirt and grass. You might need to rebuild your carb.

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Most of the time when this happens the reverse shift linkage is too short. It is usually cause by either a bent linkage or worn linkage bushings.

The internal shifting fork can be bent inside the transmission which is rare but does occasionally happen... most of the time it is a linkage problem. Also check on the side of the transmission to make sure the shifting lever has not moved from the original position on the Yoke shaft.

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