Checking Transmission Oil on a JD 750?

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Checking Transmission Oil on a JD 750?

Postby Bigschuss » Fri May 13, 2011 9:51 am

Hey guys...got a new JD 750 and I was just wondering what the proper method is for checking the transmission/hydraulic oil level? Do I thread the disptick back down and then check it? Or do I place the dipstick back into the fill opening (without threading it down) and check it?

I have the owner's manual, and have yet been able to find this answer, though I've been told it's there?

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Re: Checking Transmission Oil on a JD 750?

Postby Bigdog » Sat May 14, 2011 5:47 am

It's my understanding that you just place the dipstick back down until it touches the case. Don't thread it in.
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Re: Checking Transmission Oil on a JD 750?

Postby Bigschuss » Sat May 14, 2011 9:46 am

Bigdog wrote:It's my understanding that you just place the dipstick back down until it touches the case. Don't thread it in.


I just re-read the entire operator's manual cover to cover, and yes....you are correct Bigdog. I finally found it mentioned....just place it on the threads to check the level.

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