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|Brad Hobbs||The hydraulics on my 8n don't want to work when the temperature gets below 30. Checked the fluid and it is a milky color. It this an indication of moisture getting in the system? Any suggestions?
|Bob G||Moisture in system? sure sounds like it. Time to drain and flush. some use the lighter ford spec fluid instead of the 90 wt gear oil.
|mark sr||For what it's worth, the hydraulics on my NAA have to warm up before they will work when it's that cold. Once warm they work like normal.
I agree with Bob it sounds like there is moisture in your system .... if there's enough water it could be freezing and blocking the fluid flow.
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