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For all of the jetranger guys out there...if the transmission oil keeps rising without actually adding any and the engine oil drops without seeing it on the bottom of the machine...what the heck is going on? As far as I understand, this can happen but is supposed to happen the other way around...transmission oil---> Engine.

 

Any ideas?

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Check your freewheel unit: the seal might be leaking engine oil into the transmission.

 

 

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Elvis is right, but it''s not that it might be leaking, it is leaking.

 

And no, it doesn''t happen the other way round. It will always transfer engine to transmission.

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CTD is right.

Keep an eye in the Tx oil level and don''t let it get to high...weird thing can happen.

Drain it by pulling the chip plug at the bottom of the freewheel in the enginge bay and pushing on the spring stopper(or whatever that thingy is called)

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don''t push the spring as it can get cocked and not seal. disconnect the freewheel supply line at the front of the freewheel(its a 5/8" wrench) and let it drain into the engine deck. also it is leaking and will go engine to transmission

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He''s drained the excess oil a couple of time and still think it''s not the freewheel seal leaking??? Change the freewheel seals, high engine oil pressure is not the problem.

 

 

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PS if Your handle is ChevyII why do You have a long ranger as Your avtar??

 

 

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Guest CHEVY II

frewheel seal huh? I've discussed the issue with the head wrench and he's even drained the excess fluid on a couple occasions but is still convinced that it can only go one way7.gif

Must be a pain in the azz to change the seal I guess!

 

Perhaps it's the engine oil pressure is causing this...it runs on the high side!

 

Will have to bug him again...11.gif

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