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Ford 1720 hydraulic bleeding
|1720 owner||I changed hydraulic/transmission oil and filter on my 1720 (1993...900 hrs) I bought it a year or so ago...not sure when it was done last.
I have 2 problems....I have lots of air in the system (front loader was completely empty of fluid) nothing is working...and getting a white foamy substance when I do bleed the air. (almost like water in the oil)
What is the best way to bleed the air? (Ny brother suggests leaving a fitting open and letting it self bleed???)
What is the white substance...water?
What did I do wrong...(I did not fill the filter with oil...is all these problems from that)
|1720 owner||Fixed it...
Yes...the White stuff was water in the oil.
No..you don't have to fill the filter
Problem??...for 1720 model... 1993 was a split year production (at July 31/93)
Hydraulic Filters for the post August models don't match the pre July models. (The filters fit...and tighten down...but the O rings don't match)
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