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BELL HOUSING OVER-FILLS WITH HYDRAULIC OIL
  • BAKER
  • Colorado, United States
ACTUALLY A MODEL H225E... A 1971 OR 1972 MODEL... GAS ENGINE... GMC 305 V-6... WET CLUTCH... MANUAL TRANSMISSION(S)... FOWARD-REVERSE BOX AND A 4-SPEED BOX.
THE BELL HOUSING OVER-FILLS WITH HYDRAULIC FLUID IMMEDIATELY UPON START-UP. WE OVERHAULED THE FLUID JET PUMP THAT'S MOUNTED ON THE SIDE OF THE BELL HOUSING THINKING THAT WOULD SOLVE THE ISSUE. HOW DO WE REGULATE THE LEVEL OF THE HYDRAULIC FLUID IN THE BELL HOUSING?

J.BAKER
  • Posted 28 Feb 2017 12:09 PM
Total replies: 2. Showing items 1 - 2 of 2 results.
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On the smaller trucks with the wet clutch, you could slide the oil tube to lower the output. I am not sure if the larger trucks had this feature.
  • Posted 3 Mar 2017 12:32 AM
  • bbforks
  • Pennsylvania, United States
Not familiar with your exact model but the wet bell-housings I've serviced sometimes clog their drains, leading to an overfull condition. Have you checked yours?

bbforks (at) Hotmail (dot) com
Customers love technology- until they have to pay to fix it!
  • Posted 4 Mar 2017 04:09 AM
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