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    John Deere 3720 dash panel

    I have what appears to be an engine oil leak, under the (black) dash panel, on my (new-to-me) John Deere #3720. The oil runs down from above/behind the electrical fuse panel and out on to the floor when parked. I would like to examine/fix what ever is the problem behind the dash panel, but can't figure out how to get it separated from the tractor. Any help or suggestions as to what might be leaking and how to separate the panel would be appreciated. Thanks, Peter

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    I suspect it's hydraulic oil from the steering (orbital) valve area, not engine oil.

    Do you have a cab or open station?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennyd View Post



    I suspect it's hydraulic oil from the steering (orbital) valve area, not engine oil.

    Do you have a cab or open station?

    It must be "3x20 Problem Week" on GTT. That's the 2nd or 3rd time this week you've asked that question about one of these tractors.

    Hopefully I don't have a similar question to post anytime soon!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter J. Morris View Post
    I have what appears to be an engine oil leak, under the (black) dash panel, on my (new-to-me) John Deere #3720. The oil runs down from above/behind the electrical fuse panel and out on to the floor when parked. I would like to examine/fix what ever is the problem behind the dash panel, but can't figure out how to get it separated from the tractor. Any help or suggestions as to what might be leaking and how to separate the panel would be appreciated. Thanks, Peter
    The tractor in question is an "open station" with a Curtis Cab added later.

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    Hopefully it's just an o-ring at one of the line connections:
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