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I have a transmisson leak on my mower and need to know where to add trans fluid to it

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  • newbla May 11, 2010

    WHAT KIND OF MOWER DO YOU HAVE

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    Chuck May 11, 2010

    WHAT IS THE MODEL NUMBER AND SERIAL NUMBER?

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I put 30w oil in my hydro-trans, there is a plug on top.

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MOST RIDING MOWER TRANSMISSIONS ARE A SEALED UNIT

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Adding Trans fluid


The hydro units are fairly well sealed, if there is no leaks there is no need to top them up, if there is no separate tank there will be a filler plug on the top of the unit, they are not filled to the top they need an air gap to allow for expantion.

Jun 25, 2013 | Poulan Garden

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Troy bilt 20hp, 42", moves slow


not knowing if it is shift on the fly or it has a automatic trans makes it a little harder to help a shift on the fly has a pulley in the center of the machine that gets stuck and doesn't change size as it should a automatic look for fluid leaks and puddles of fluids low fluid level could cause slow movement if you need more help add make and model numbers

Jun 16, 2012 | Garden

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The transmisson neutralies on hard stops I had the trans services and it still is doing the same thing


By serviced, do you mean the fluid, and filter have been changed? Good start...but sounds like no remedy? An inexpensive try would be to add a bottle of "Lucas Oil Transmission Stabilizer"...you do not need to drain any fluid to do this...this treatment will lubricate better than just the fluid...about $12. at most parts stores...Be sure to follow instructions..."add when motor running...tranny is warm..." drive after adding...Hope this helps...:)

Dec 23, 2010 | 1991 Buick Century

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What would cause the transmisson on my 03 trailblazer to shift from drive to neutral when cold and braked to a stop? Have to shift to reverse and back to drive to reingage drive.


sounds like low fluid, check the trans fluid, if its fine, there might be a pressure seal, starting to leak in the trans. hope this helps

Dec 03, 2010 | 2003 Chevrolet TrailBlazer

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Hi i have a 93 buick lesabre that is leaking atf badly seems to be comming from right where the motor and transmisson join together im thinking torque converter seal and im wondering how difficult a job...


I worked on buicks at a dealer for 15 years and never saw a torque converter seal leaking...if its trans fluid that leaking i would suspect a front pump seal in the trans,If is not trans fluid make sure its not the back of the intake manifold leaking down the bellhousing seaming to leak from the trans. ..If oil maybe rear main seal... No special tools needed really just make sure you support the engine safely if you are going to remove the trans.....

Sep 01, 2010 | 1993 Buick LeSabre

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Transmisson on a 3.8L automatic V6 Thunderbird problem.


Never add anything to an automatic trans but the correct fluid.
New fluid will make it slip worse
Lucas-is a waste of money and may ruin your trans.
You may get away with removing the valve body and cleaning it.
I would suggest a trans repair shop,but don't let them sell you on rebuilding yours until they try the valve body,unless the fluid is burn't,then your done, as you already should know

May 03, 2010 | 1996 Ford Thunderbird LX

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We have a problem with the over drive. ligth blinkns O/D at the shift


Try checking the transmisson fluid level if it is low this could cause the problem you are describing, any slight loss of transmiion fluid can cause the transmisson shift to shift incorrectly.

Mar 09, 2010 | 1999 Ford F150 Regular Cab

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Transmission fluid is leaking from van


Add trans fluid straight down the dipstick tube

Nov 30, 2009 | 1999 Dodge Ram

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Transmisson how do put transmisson fluid in a volov1986 gle740


The trans fluid goes down the tube that has the trans dipstick in it.A firm fitting hose,funnel and a bit of patience is needed to refill.The fluid does drain in slowly.Hope this helps

Aug 29, 2009 | 1986 Volvo 740

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Transmission fluid stick


No the manual transmisson does not have a stick. on the transmisson their are two plugs. One for draining and one for filling. In order to check the fluid, pull the higher plug out and feel with a finger in that hole for fluid. To set the level to the correct level you would need to drain and refill the trans. If no leaks are present you should be OK

Nov 28, 2008 | 1987 Ford Ranger

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