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|Bobby||In the past week my Massey Ferguson 245's loader arms got very slow. I checked the hydraulic oil and there is plenty. I assume that the dip stick down on the right below the seat is the only hydraulis reservoir. The lift ares raise very slowly and the bucket curls slowly also.
|Big Dean||You probably have a dirty filter screen it can be accessed after you drain the trans/hyd oil there is a small plate on the bottom of the rear center housing. You remove that plate (careful it will have oil laying in it) there is a keeper for the nut remove it remove the nut and spring and the filter will come out through that hole.
|Bobby||I'm embarrassed to ask but where is the Hydraulic oil drain plug? I have been unable to find it. I have a Massey Ferguson 245.