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PTO making noise when engaged in forward drive

I am using my dad's tiller - horse model, ser 646564 and it started making a noise in PTO forward only while I was tilling my flower bed. Depth setting was 4th notch. What kind of oil is used in PTO?

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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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