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|Jon VanSice||I changed a hydraulic line on my loader bucket, as I have done several times previously. After changing line bucket works very erratically, herky jerky and only works with a very light touch. also 3 point hitch will not raise up at all, with or without a load on it Fluid level is fine.
|jm.||One of two things you either have a line crossed or in the wrong place or one of the quick disconnects is not fully coupled. Dead give away that is more than likely plumbing is no power to the rear three point. Sounds like you have the out and power beyond lines swapped. Please post your findings to help others
|Jon VanSice||You got it with the lines being switched. Reversed the 2 and everything works fine now. Thanks.
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