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Peerless Transaxle 206-545C

Posted by Alan1951 none (My Page) on
Wed, Dec 18, 13 at 13:01

I have a Husqvarna 1536 LT fitted with the above transaxle I have had no problems with the whole mower other than physical abuse, it dawned on me today that I have had the mower for more than 11 years and shouldn't the transaxle oil level be checked? and how often should the oil be changed, and what grade do I use. None of the above appear in any manual, please advise


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RE: Peerless Transaxle 206-545C

These weren't meant to be serviced per say. If there are no signs of leakage, I personally don't worry about them. There is an oil plug/ drain on the top near the front. It takes a pint of 80w90 from empty, so if one comes apart- you clean it up and put that in and you are done. If you want to service it, you have to remove the transmission, clean it up, remove the plug and invert it. gear oil runs nice and slow too .


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