The Power Take Off (1) (PTO) is attached to the vehicle Transmission (2) and drives the
Hydraulic Pump (4) via a Propshaft (3).
Gain access to the PTO (1) through the left side noise panel opening.
Remove the four nyloc nuts and bolts securing the propshaft (3) to the PTO (1). Discard
the nyloc nuts.
Place a suitable container underneath the PTO (1) to catch any spilled transmission oil.
Note the position of and remove the two hoses connected to the PTO (1).
Remove the nuts and lock washers securing the PTO (1) to the transmission (2). Discard
the lock washers.
Remove the PTO (1).
Remove the PTO gasket and discard it.
Check the hoses for wear or damage.
Check all threaded components for wear and damage.
Check that the mating faces of the Transmission and the PTO are clean and free from dirt
Fit a new gasket to the mating face of the transmission (2).
Fit the PTO (1) to the transmission (2).
Apply thread-locking compound to the mounting bolts for the PTO (1).
Secure the PTO (1) to the transmission (2) using six washers and nuts.
Torque tighten the nuts to 99 - 104 lb/ft (134 - 142 Nm).
Fit the two hoses to the PTO (1) in the positions noted during removal.