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1530 Oil Leak

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Boomer1
Join Date: Aug 2005
Posts: 11 Northern Ohio
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2005-08-26          115496


Oneace,
I have 1530 super steer with 850 Hrs. The oil pan gasket is starting to leak. What is involved in changing the gasket and how many hours does it take? Thanks

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1530 Oil Leak

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earthwrks
Join Date: Dec 2003
Posts: 3853 Home Office in Flat Rock, Michigan
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2005-08-27          115514


Is it a leak leak? Or is is wet from normal wicking? Reason I ask is it is possible there is crankcase pressure forcing oil out? ....

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Boomer1
Join Date: Aug 2005
Posts: 11 Northern Ohio
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2005-08-28          115536


After Mowing for an hour and parking the tractor there will be 4 or 5 drips of oil on the floor. Seems to be getting worse. The breather tube to the bottom of the engine seems to be clear. Where would the pressure come from? Thanks ....

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earthwrks
Join Date: Dec 2003
Posts: 3853 Home Office in Flat Rock, Michigan
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2005-08-28          115562


I'm not sure where possible pressure could be coming from other than the breather. Have you simply tightened the oil pan fasteners? I have a full TC33D Service Manual and guess what! It has your tractor listed first! What do want to know and I'll see what I can look up. Doesn't have labor times though.

Before you ask, I looked up Oil Sump Removal and all they
show is the engine out of the tractor and upside down.

Again, this could be just loose oil pan bolts but...
What happens if you remove the dip stick or oil filler cap while it is running (when cold only)? Do you get oily vapor coming from it? How about when the eninge is running is there vapor from the breather? If so it might be a broken piston ring (I had one and my buddy has one on our NH skid steers) ....

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