Case 695 Oil filling plugs.

As above. On the back of the tractor there are 3 filling points.
1 for Diesel on the left hand side.
1 on the opposite wheel arch.
1 smaller plug in the center of the back below the number plate.
What oil goes in which one and what does it lubricate .?
Thanks guys.
The one below the number plate does all the gearbox , backend and hydraulics, you should only put Case Hytran oil although I know there are plenty of people who have got away with other oils
Thanks for that. I put in a 4 ltr can but it's still not showing on the dip stick on the floor left hand side of the seat. Still showing empty. Any ideas ?
Case 695. Oil filler points.
The Filler behind the top link Hydraulics ect.. Diesel tank just below back window. What is the filler opposite the diesel cap on the other side ?


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Just the cover over the fuel gauge sender on the other side of the fuel tank,as essexpete has said.
Around 34L capacity of any UTTO from completely empty, in the orifice above the top link,and don't worry if you go an inch above the full mark on the dipstick... The steering ram under the middle of the front axle is a common leakage point. Worth checking.
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