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FARMALL 450 HYD PROBLEM
|scotty keyser||when i first start the tractor it will run fine the if i try and turn the wheel it gets and awful noise and i assume the hyd oil controls the power steering on it and i know it is low on hyd because it takes it some time for it to respond when i pull or push on the lever and after about 15-25 secs it responds and lifts the hitch up
my question is does the amount of hyd fluid matter for the power steering to work?
|Hugh MacKay||Scott: First place I'd look would be hydraulic filter, probably needs a new one. If the hydraulic oil looks milky or saturated with water, change it for new. That failing look to the pump for your problem.
|John M||Would you expect the engineto run very long without the proper amount of oil in it? Fill the hydraulics to where they are suppose to be, and then try it.
|scotty keyser||the engine runs and everything works just fine i just need to kno how to check the hyd level and wat and how much fluid it would take
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