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Change seal for PTO kubota f3680


Remove the PTO shaft extension from the shaft put a drain pan under to catch the oil Tap a chisel or other tapered tool in behind the seal flange and work the seal out install a new seal an re-install oil up to full level

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Does the electric pto clutch on a model 1024 have oil inside of it


Hi, the pto should be dry, the oil would have come from the engine somewhere. Most likely the main crankshaft seal. Regards Phil.

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Leak oil from underneith where the shaft comes out of the engine


If you look at the bottom of the engine, if you see oil on the large shaft coming out of the engine where the blade is attached, the PTO or crankshaft seal is leaking. It can be replace without taking the engine apart, but you'll need to remove the blade and adapter from the crankshaft, which can be difficult without the proper tools. You'll also have to remove the old seal, with a seal puller, or by using a couple self-tapping sheet metal screws into the outer metal part of the seal. You then would pry on the screw heads to remove the seal. Replace with a new one after cleaning out the bottom of the crankcase. Clean the PTO so that the new seal is not damaged as it is slid into place. You can use a length of plastic pipe to drive the new seal into place. Replace adapter and blade. Check oil level before use.
Oh, be sure it is not the drain plug, as it may have been left a bit loose if the oil was recently changed.
tom

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Briggs&straton all the oil leaked out from under the engine. the engine oil


hi there donald77

provided you have not got any cracks in the sump plate and the sump plate bolts are tight

sounds like you have a worn out pto seal ( please check pto for bend or wobble ) as this could have caused this from hitting something solid

it it is bent have it straightened before proceeding

remove the blade carrier and hub and key - clean up the pto with emery tape , drain oil , use a straight shaft flat blade screwdriver and lever the seal out of position

obtain a new seal place some thin plastic sheet ( from say a thin walled plastic container )
cut into a size that you can wrap around pto , then slide the seal over it up to the opening ,
the drive the seal into the housing squarely until the seal is flush with the housing ( on a non stepped pto ) 7/8 shaft

but on a stepped pto 25 mm drive it in further until its about 3 mm below the housing

reassemble and refill with oil

cheers hope it helps

pauly46

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PTO making noise when engaged in forward drive


It's 90 weight gear oil but most likely the output shaft seal has been gone for a consdierable amount of time and has leaked out and is just now making noise, they don't normally make noise right away after the oil runs out. put oil up to the plug fill hole and watch if it runs out the shaft seal if it does then it will have ti be repaiered.

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I have a gas Yard Machine Lawn Mower by Briggs and Stratton. I cannot keep it running and it is loosing oil. What do I need to do?


May be time for a tune up. Replace spark plug, air filter, change oil and sharpen blade. You may have some water in your gas. I would check to see where it is leaking oil. It may be the oil seal on the pto(bottom) side of the engine leaking and needs to be replaced.

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We have just purchased a john deere 2140 B reg. it seems to have a bad oil leak on the hydraulic system. the position of the leak is in the centre of the vehicle directly below the drivers seat. it drips...


Probably oil from the pto output seal.
Also they leak from the inner linkage arm seals.
Both reasonably easy repairs, seals readily available.
System holds a lot of oil and low oil will affect the hydaulics and steering.

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