Topic: Re: Where do I put in the hydraulic oil?
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|Dave in MS
Look between the radiator and the crank pulley on the front of the engine. If there is something in that space attached to the crank pulley, and it has hydraulic hoses attached, you are looking at the auxillary hydraulic pump that your loader uses to operate it's cylinders. If there is nothing attached to the crank pulley, then more than likely the loader runs off the tractor's built in hydraulic system. Tell us what you see, and as previously mentioned, take pics and post them here if you can. We will be better able to give you some guidance if you give us as much info as possible.
You have been given some good advice. Some replies were a touch on the hot side, but even though you are frustrated and want to get your machine fixed right now, attempting to hide behind an alternate handle for the purpose of getting back at someone, shows that you not only know little about tractors, but also, little about IP addresses.
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