John Deere 6200

Evening last year we bought a 1996 6200 as a spare loader tractor come girl Friday to do those jobs that don't need 100hp to do them.
Anyway we seem to have a oil leak from the transmission oil cooler in front of the radiator šŸ˜ has anyone had this before? The air con radiator and the transmission radiator seem to be joining does anyone know what is in there? Thanks
 

Tractortech

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Evening last year we bought a 1996 6200 as a spare loader tractor come girl Friday to do those jobs that don't need 100hp to do them.
Anyway we seem to have a oil leak from the transmission oil cooler in front of the radiator šŸ˜ has anyone had this before? The air con radiator and the transmission radiator seem to be joining does anyone know what is in there? Thanks
It's a combined cooler/condenser. Ā£480 from your dealer, less any discount you can get. Vapormatic offer an alternative which should be cheaper. Other than that, take yours to a radiator repair specialist and see how you get on.
 
It's a combined cooler/condenser. Ā£480 from your dealer, less any discount you can get. Vapormatic offer an alternative which should be cheaper. Other than that, take yours to a radiator repair specialist and see how you get on.
Thanks tractortech , my brother in law does our fixing up as he is on the spanners as his trade , he is asking the local Deere agent this morning how much one is,then someone will have to rescue the air con gas before he strips it down ... Not a cheap fix šŸ¤”
 
It's a combined cooler/condenser. Ā£480 from your dealer, less any discount you can get. Vapormatic offer an alternative which should be cheaper. Other than that, take yours to a radiator repair specialist and see how you get on.
Update ! Vapor matic will supply one for$290 sterling from our local ex Deere now case dealership the part's man was formerly a mechanic and said its most likely the gas from the air con is gone and it's not that hard to change the unit?I will look tomorrow šŸ¤”
 

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