D17 series III hydraulics


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D17 series III hydraulics

Dick Fenton Recently purchased a D17, apparently there was water in the hydraulic system. It froze this winter,finally thawed out and I changed fluid, now my lift arms have gone up as far as possible and will not return. Anyone have any ideas??
Tim Blaise It has moisture still in it. If you can air blow that all out I would think that you can help that out emensley. The one thing that I wouldn't do is that don't use other liquids to flush the moisture all out.

Dick Fenton : It has moisture still in it. If you can air blow that all out I would think that you can help that out emensley. The one thing that I wouldn't do is that don't use other liquids to flush the moisture all out.

Tim, thanks for the suggestion, is it possible to blow it out without tearing out the pump? I was hoping to avoid that if possible. We may have to wait for warmer weather again.

Tim Blaise
I would wait until summer. Where you put the fluid into it, start the aircompressor up and blow into that sucker for about 3 minutes and then let it set for a while so that all of the rest of the air can get out of it. I hope that this works for you.

john : Recently purchased a D17, apparently there was water in the hydraulic system. It froze this winter,finally thawed out and I changed fluid, now my lift arms have gone up as far as possible and will not return. Anyone have any ideas??

I'm tring to figure out if there is only one port to add hydrolic fluid and transmission fluid. I drained it all out from three ports so want to make certain there is just one to fill back up on the D17 series III?





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