Posted by TonyIN on January 23, 2013 at 17:37:59 from (184.108.40.206):
Ok, maybe not real bad neglect, but need some advice. Works been real busy and I really haven't started either tractor in at least 3 months or even paid much attention to them. Ran the loader tractor just enough to move it one day last month. Anyways, with this cold snap, it hit me this morning over breakfast that I cannot recall if I have proper antifreeze levels in the 641 and the 4140 (both gas engines). So, out to the unheated shop with a flashlight to check, fearing the worst. No obvious leaks or damage, but when I opened the radiator caps, both are dry. Dry as in I don't see any water/antifreeze, just an empty radiator. Then I remembered I really don't recall the last time I checked those fluids. Good chance they've been low for sometime now. So... at this point should I just add antifreeze? I'm a little hesitant to try to start either one as i have no idea if their frozen or not. Anyway to easily tell? Thought about opening the drain at the bottom of the radiator see what I get, and may do that this weekend when I am able to get them out and it is daylight. Almost feels like I forgot to feed the dogs...
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