Re: 2N Oil Pan R&R

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Posted by Tim Daley(MI) on August 02, 2020 at 05:59:41 [URL] [DELETE] :

In Reply to: 2N Oil Pan R&R posted by Catoosa Larry on August 02, 2020 at 02:04:43:

HiYa Larry-
Welcome aboard newbie to the NTC best Internet site for vintage Ford Tractors you will find. We have tons of info -MANUALS and HOW-TO's forums have much and you can also search the archives with your questions as just about all have been answered before. Documents in forums are almost all in pdf and you can download them for FREE to your own PC folder. You need ADOBE to download and if you don't have a copy on your PC, you can go the instructions and get it downloaded -it's also free. The first thing you should do is invest in copies of The Essential Manuals and read. There are do's and don'ts in the OEM Owner Manuals and the parts lists have all the info shown and listed. The CLYMER I&T FO-4 Manual and the OEM Operator's Manuals have detailed chapters on oil pump and pan R&R. Again, read the manuals first before attempting to do any work so you don't damage the tractor or yourself. There's much to know about these old Fords. The oil drain plug has a built-in screen and the pickup tube is situated inside the screen. Question is do you see up inside if the tube misaligned or is it just missing? Hope this helps.


Tim Daley(MI)

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