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|Danny Elkins||I just replaced the pump and need to bleed the lines, but don't know how.
Need help asap,
|Hugh MacKay||Danny: Hydraulic lines never need to be bled, as long as there was oil in the lines. If your reservoir is full, filter is good, and pump had oil in it, the pump will have oil so quick, no damage will be done. Did your new pump come full of oil, if not add oil to pump by removing lines, that will keep it lubricated for the 10 seconds it takes oil to get there.