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I would be interested to know if anyone else has had this problem. I have a 6300L with a 16 speed PowrQuad that has water in the trans. I can't for the life of me determine where this water is coming from or how it is getting in. Anyone have any experience with something like this?
 

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My first thought is condensation.
Next your oil cooler, but that model has an air to oil cooler, oil to water coolers did not start until 6X20 series. So NOT the oil cooler.
Possibly the o-ring where the oil fill installs into the differential housing?
Maybe the transmission vent is damaged?
Does the tractor get pressure washed?
Vandals?
 

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My first thought is condensation.
Next your oil cooler, but that model has an air to oil cooler, oil to water coolers did not start until 6X20 series. So NOT the oil cooler.
Possibly the o-ring where the oil fill installs into the differential housing?
Maybe the transmission vent is damaged?
Does the tractor get pressure washed?
Vandals?
The oil cooler was what I was afraid of. I could not find any lines that went from the radiator to the trans but I didn't know for sure. Thanks for the easing my mind on that.

Tractor has been parked outside (soon to be changed with the completion of another barn). Pressure washing..........never thought of that one! Trans vent seems to be ok. I think the O-ring is a good place to look (didn't know there was an O-ring until last night cruising the JD parts data base).

Thanks for taking the time to pass on some suggestions.

TWB:thumbup1gif:
 
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