Mahindra 3510 maintenance

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jimmycrouch

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I have inherited a Mahindra 3510 and have little to no knowledge about this tractor. The items that I need help on are the following:
1. How to check the fluid levels for oil, hydraulic and transmission?
2, How to engage the PTO? I have a digger attachment, but cant get the PTO to engage.

I have found two fluid indicator sticks on the back of the tractor. I am assuming that these are for the hydraulic and transmission? I do not see a place to fill either fluid?Can someone help me with this? Maybe a video or similar?

Thank you.
 
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Thank you. That is very helpful! I have a lot of reading to do!
 
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Are the levers shown as B and A in the photo used to drop the digger attachment (B) and spin the digger attachment(A)?
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Those are the rear remote control levers to operate whatever implement you have attached to the hydraulic connectors above the 3 pt hitch. My 4110 came with only one set and uses the lever closest to the seat. I tried for YEARS to get the components from Mahindra for the second set and they could never source them for me so I could have 2 sets of remotes. If your tractor has both, feel extremely lucky !!
 
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The pto shaft is what creates the spinning.
You should have two switches plus a lever to engage the pto.
Both of these switches need to be "on" or else the shaft will not turn.
 
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