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John Deere 2150 leaky pump help!

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Posted by Toolman on March 17, 2003 at 21:38:51 from (

My dad has a 2150 JD tractor. It is dripping oil pretty good up front, and it looks like it is coming from the pump. Before I take things apart, I thought I would ask if anyone has any ideas as far as what to look for, easy fix, have dealer tackle it or whatever you may share before I start taking it apart. I think it is a 1983 model. Thanks for your post!

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