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 08-25-2002, 13:58 Post: 41620
James Wulf
2002-08-25 13:58:26
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 Check oil in Ford 1320?

Can someone tell me how to check the oil level in a Ford 1320? Can't find a dipstick anywhere...yup, I'm a tractor newbie!

Thanks.

-jwulf






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 08-26-2002, 07:39 Post: 41645
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 Check oil in Ford 1320?

If the 20-series is similar to the 10-series: the engine oil dipstick is on the right side below the engine oil filter. The TX/hydraulic oil dipstick is on a 'thumb-screw' under the seat on the top-left side of the TX case. The front axle dipstick (if 4wd) is on top of the right axle housing. Take care to use diesel rated engine oil and acceptable TX/HYD oil. There are bunches of good tips and info in the archives for brand new tractor owners.






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 08-27-2002, 07:23 Post: 41683
James Wulf
2002-08-27 00:00:00
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 Check oil in Ford 1320?

Tom:

Thanks for the reply. I found it right where you said.

-jwulf






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 08-28-2002, 06:00 Post: 41716
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Glad to help. I imagine that owner's manuals are available from New Holland, and that would be a good thing to obtain. The manual gives basic maintenance routines, tire load charts and all the basic info needed to keep the tractor running well.

If the 20-series injector pumps aren't self-bleeding, that will be an upcoming challenge unless you have a description of the procedure. If you grease the tractor, most zircs are obvious but 4wd tractors have a pivot point at the middle of the front axle. However, most owners’ manuals don't say much about cold-weather starting, changing the coolant every 2 years, checking wheel lugs, loader frames etc for tightness and a bunch of other stuff. You can find out about that stuff by reading and asking questions here. It’s also a good idea to read about safety issues.

Owners' manuals also don't say much about repairs. Repair manuals are available from NH and parts manuals also are useful because they give very detailed exploded parts drawings.






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 08-30-2002, 10:51 Post: 41816
James Wulf
2002-08-30 00:00:00
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 Check oil in Ford 1320?

Very good information. Basically I was able to borrow this tractor from a family memeber to do some bushogging. It's kind of a long story but he couldn't tell me himself how to check the oil, which is probably a pretty good indication of the quality of care this thing has (not) received. I felt guilty and zerked it completely before returning it but it could defintely use a little TLC...






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