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 10-14-2004, 11:45 Post: 98358
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I have a 2002 BX2200 with 161 hours. After using it for awhile I seem to get a lot of oil seeping out the small oil vent under the seat. The oil level is between the 2 marks on the dip stick with the mower deck lowered and the front loader down. I don't remember seeing this problem earlier. Is this normal? Thanks in advance.






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 10-14-2004, 12:50 Post: 98361
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Is the cooling fan attached to the drive shaft still intact?






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 10-14-2004, 13:40 Post: 98364
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 BX2200 Leaking Fluid from Rear

That's not oil, it's actually tractor pee. Generally tractors excrete in private and you don't see it. You may have been using the tractor too long in one stretch and it just couldn't hold it any longer. A similar thing happened to me one time - I describe it in detail in a different forum.






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 10-14-2004, 14:25 Post: 98370
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Yes, the cooling fan is attached and spinning when the engine is running.

Should I take it to the dealer and have them check it out?

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 10-14-2004, 14:28 Post: 98371
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Could you email me the name of the different forum?

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Next question: did you do a lot of hot, heavy work proir to seeing the oil discharge?

We have heard reports of Hydro oil boiling in BX's.






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 10-14-2004, 15:30 Post: 98379
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Sometimes oil comes out after hard work. Say, moving a lot of material with the FEL. Other times it comes out after only mowing for 2 hours.

Keep in mind, when I mow, I go from forward to reverse a lot.

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 10-14-2004, 16:02 Post: 98383
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A lot of oil to me would have it running out of the vent and all down the rearend and 3 point. I supect you have an ounce or so. I would not worry about it. It is probably just expanding from heat and coming out the vent or even sloshing out if you drive over rough ground. On mine the difference between the bottom mark and the full mark on the dip stick is about 1/2 quart of fluid.






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 10-14-2004, 16:09 Post: 98384
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Try and keep the oil at the lower mark. Do you have a lot of hills?






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 10-14-2004, 21:10 Post: 98417
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Our property is relatively flat.

I get enough oil out the relief valve that causes a small drip on the bottom drain plug.

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