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Re: 2030 hydraulic level?

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Cliff Nelson

08-22-2013 16:51:57

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The dipstick is as you said near your right heel just ahead of the axle. Check with engine idling and dipstick on top of threads-do not screw it in. Do not overfill.

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JD Seller

08-24-2013 07:23:24

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 Re: 2030 hydraulic level? in reply to Cliff Nelson, 08-22-2013 16:51:57  
It is news to me that you check it while running. I looked in my operators manual and it says to check it after setting. Then just set the stick on the threads. Not screwed down.

I do not know of any JD that you check while running.

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Tx Jim

08-24-2013 09:27:52

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 Re: 2030 hydraulic level? in reply to JD Seller, 08-24-2013 07:23:24  
I sure thought one checked JD utility tractors of that era while running. I have no operators manual for one though to find out for sure.

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08-23-2013 03:55:32

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 Re: 2030 hydraulic level? in reply to Cliff Nelson, 08-22-2013 16:51:57  
The dipstick on my 2040 is plastic and does not indicate where to accurately fill to. It just has a cross-hatched bottom end. I think the previous owner took this to mean he should fill to the top of that area, causing me a hydraulic overflow problem.

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