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Checking fluid level on Peerless #205-024 Hydro Tr

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Posted by John Wilson on July 25, 2003 at 02:23:26 from (

I have the subject transaxle in my Scotts Garden tractor which I believe was made by Murray but I am not sure. I noticed some oil leaking out of the bottom rear end of the Peerless #205-024 Hydrostatic Trans Axle. I will have to elevate the rear end and crawl under the machine to see if I can find the fill plug to check the level. My instruction manual for the tractor simply says to refer all questions on the transmission to my local Peerless dealer without any further documentation supplied. Can anyone tell me where the fill and drain plugs are located and if there is a filter and what type of hydraulic fluid the transmission uses? Thanks for your help.

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