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to-35 hydrauilic fluid for loader
|Jeff M||I am trying to add fluid and/or check the level. I am obviously not very experienced cause i can't find where to add fluid or where to check the level. I ruptured a hydraulic line and replaced the line, but now the loader is jerky and seems like it must need fluid. I just can't figure out how to add it.
Any help would be appreciated.
|GEEBEE||Jeff, if your loader is running off a front mounted pump the loader frame is usually used as the reservoir, there should be a fill/level plug at a high point of the frame.
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