1594 hyd free flow return

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oily
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1594 hyd free flow return

Post by oily » Sat Jan 11, 2014 12:52 pm

i could do with a bit of help on where i could but in a free flow return and not in the filler hole i have thought but i just want to be sure

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RE: 1594 hyd free flow return

Post by ollek » Sat Jan 11, 2014 1:13 pm

There is a plug on top of the rear axle on the left hand side. The other possibility is the block on top of the rear axle on the right hand side. There is a plug in the left hand front corner of the block. The plug is facing to the left. These both connections are the free return and the oil is going to a setup of pipes on top of the gearbox that are spraying oil to lubricate the gear box. Returning the oil to the filler plug will bypass the gearbox lubrication system and can lead to costly repairs.

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RE: 1594 hyd free flow return

Post by oily » Sat Jan 11, 2014 2:28 pm

thank you i thought it was that plug on the right hand block as their is,nt a plug on the left hand side like 1390 ie and i know the filler plug is a no no we get alot of problems with people piping in loaders wrong on caseih,s and mccormicks and the they cook the back end

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RE: 1594 hyd free flow return

Post by ollek » Sun Jan 12, 2014 8:52 am

The official Case IH parts catalogue shows there is a 7/8" plug for oil return on the left hand side on the top of the rear axle casing. Perhaps someone has fitted something that covers the plug. Try "partstore.caseih.com and see what you can find.

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