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|Andrew||My Grandpaw has a 2040 JD and Had the hydrolic/powersteering pump rebuild also he drained all the hydrolic fluid and refilled with fresh oil and new filter. Now we have some major air in the system. How do I bleed the hydrolic system.. every port on that thing had foamy hydrolic oil like its pumping lots of air and fluid. Please Help.. We like to get it working by saturday. Thanks Everyone.
|ross||Did he have the front main hydraulic pump rebuilt or did he have the steering rebuilt? If the front pump was rebuilt it should bleed itself. If the steering was rebuilt then you will have to bleed it yourself. Turn the steering wheel full left or right and open the bleed screw until a full stream of oil comes out without any air. Then turn the other direction and repeat. Then turn it lock to lock and check your steering operation.