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ac 7000 hydraulic problems

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charles Timmons

08-28-2008 14:03:27




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We recently purchased an AC 7000 tractor with a new loader and have been using it to load bales. It was working fine yesterday and then this morning when i went to raise the bucket it lifted up about 1/8th of the way and then started jerking like it was low on fluid. I checked the fluid using the dipstick on top of the back of the transmission. It was slightly low so i topped it off and tried again but it still does the same thing. Is there another resevoir for hydraulic fluid or does it just use fluid from the transmission? I was just wondering if anyone had experience with this.

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180doug

08-31-2008 07:41:34




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 Re: ac 7000 hydraulic problems in reply to charles Timmons, 08-28-2008 14:03:27  
Check the lines for a collapesed hose , hope its not a $2500 pump!!!!



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Dan SE MI

08-29-2008 08:16:31




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 Re: ac 7000 hydraulic problems in reply to charles Timmons, 08-28-2008 14:03:27  
Charles,

The fill for the hydraulic fluid for the remotes is located behind the batteries on the right side under the cab. The batteries swing out on a hinge. There should be two sight glasses. Add fluid until the level is between the two glasses. Hope this helps.

Dan



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