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 03-04-2007, 20:51 Post: 140195
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What is the best way to remove the front wheel drive drive shaft?






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 03-04-2007, 22:10 Post: 140198
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The best advice is to do it on a clean floor or put a blanket under the tractor to catch the ball bearings that will likely fall out. Loosent the clamps on the rubbe boot in the middle of the cover and collaps the cover away from the ends of the shaft. One end will have a spring, push the shaft toward the spring and lower the other end. each end of the shaft has a collar with 6 (as I recall) ball bearings between the shaft and the collar, similar to a cv joint.






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 03-05-2007, 19:30 Post: 140225
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Worked for me, Thanks






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 03-08-2007, 06:39 Post: 140289
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I take it the noise was not caused by a dislocated push rod?






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 03-08-2007, 20:00 Post: 140309
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I checked the push rod and they were all fine. I emoved the pan and foubd a rod bearing spun. Replaced those, put it back together and still the same noise. I filled the oil but noticed it does not show on the stick. Where could the oilhave gone????? No leaks and plug in place. Did not se an oil pump ,where is it located/ These may be dumb questions, First time working on a diesel engine.






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 03-09-2007, 09:10 Post: 140315
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Ooh, sorry to hear that. Often when a bearing spins it takes the crank out with it, but oil pressure would be low in that case. The oil pump is driven off the timing gears and is under the front timing cover.






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the book that came with the tractor specifies 4.5-6 liters of oil. At 6 quarts it still dont show on the stick. How much should it hold?






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 03-10-2007, 07:35 Post: 140346
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Quite a few Jinma 200 series owners have asked this question. But first I should point out that liters and quarts don't have a 1:1 ratio. 6 liters is closer to 6-1/2 quarts. And that's just the sump capacity, you have to consider the filter as well. I believe both my Y385s ~7.3 quarts (to include filter).

Additionally, it seems that YangDong for some reason fits two different oil pans to the Y385 engine. That's probably why your book indicates 4.5 to 6.0 liters. To compound the issue, the 4.5 dipstick could be stuck into the 6.0 oil pan or vice versa.

So let's start by finding out more info about your engine. What does it say on the engine label?

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The label says TY 395I






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Oh, then you apparently don't have a 200 series. My mistake. That engine never went into the 200 series, and opens a whole nuther kettle of fish. What make/model of tractor are we actually talking about here?

If it's a 300 series, then definitely you need over 7 quarts. The sump itself holds nearly six and a half, and the larger capacity JX85100 filter takes probably close to another quart by itself

And again, consider that you might have gotten the wrong dipstick.

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