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got a blower on the agco allis changed rear end fluid took it out for the first pass and plugged the shute put it back in the garage and smelled something warm thought id check the fluid when i changed it i only could get 2 quarts in it, and when i took off the cap fluid everywhere pulled the vent cap and it was froze so i freed that up is there something im missing. everything worked great.



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vent has to be open when refilling. run it with wheels in the air and work the hydro lift, forward, & reverse long enough for rear end to get warm and the fluid to push all the air out of the lines.

i just refilled mine and got about 80oz. in it.

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