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Fiat allis 14c emergency

Discussion in 'Dozers' started by bradley3054, Mar 28, 2013.

  1. bradley3054

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    My problem is I went to drain the engine oil I drained the wrong oil not paying attention and rushing, I had to drain the engine oil due to water down the exhaust but anyways I gotta get this dozer up and running by Tom. So I drained the plug two skid plates behing the engine drain plug and the plug looks to be directly under the bell housing and my question is what the he'll did I drain and how do I put it back in I can't find a dip stick or fill spot for this oil anywhere I only got maybe 2-4 quarts out someone please tell me right away
     
  2. steve.k

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    Torque

    I think you likely drained the torque. It should fill on start up. Call jerry and Crane and tractor in Columbus Ohio he knows those tractors inside out.
     
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    Thank you for the reply! Do you happen to have there number? I dk if I'm calling the right number
     
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    I contacted them they're not sure yet gonna get back to me anyone else have a def answer?
     
  6. bradley3054

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    Well good news your suppose to drain that oil every once in awhile it's called toque converter leakage and if u don't the oil will come out ur starter or ur breather so for anyone that doesn't know that u will have torque converter leakage they said, it's normal. Thank you for the help great site here
     
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    Your welcome!Jerry is about one of the best guys I know!Ive bought a couple machines from him and numerous parts!Glad you got it figured!
    Steve
     
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    Simply amazing .
     
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    Hey Kevin ????? ???????