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How to bleed loader on Massey Ferguson 202

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Dekester

09-22-2022 20:34:48




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Bought this 202 and replaced 2 hoses on lift. Replaced most of the fluid and can't get the rest of it in. Figured the lines needed to be bled. Need advice on how to do that.
Also on same tractor where do you add power steering fluid? Only in canister? There is a cap that had OIL embossed on it just in front of the power steering pump. Thought that
might be for oil in the engine as I cannot find another place to add to engine. Thanking y'all for your advice in advance.

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Dekester

09-30-2022 19:26:07




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 Re: How to bleed loader on Massey Ferguson 202 in reply to Dekester, 09-22-2022 20:34:48  
[quote="CVPost-miangus"](reply to post at 08:26:31 09/23/22) [Y

You said in a reply to above subject, "yes, that is the correct way to add oil into loader" I'm in the house right now, but know where the breather is, but I can't recall seeing the plug on the side that you said to use to fill it.

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Dekester

09-26-2022 10:29:18




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 Re: How to bleed loader on Massey Ferguson 202 in reply to Dekester, 09-22-2022 20:34:48  
Thanks for all the comments. They were appreciated and definitely helped.
Dekester



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Usedtobeiowadave

09-23-2022 06:11:18




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 Re: How to bleed loader on Massey Ferguson 202 in reply to Dekester, 09-22-2022 20:34:48  
Mine has the engine oil fill close to the PS cannister and says oil on it. I just add PS fluid to the cannister after removing the top cover. There's a filter in there for the PS fluid you might check the condition of. Pays to take care of that PS pump, there's no repair kit for it and the replacement is about $500. Old's advice on the hydraulics is good.



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caterpillar guy

09-23-2022 04:19:19




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 Re: How to bleed loader on Massey Ferguson 202 in reply to Dekester, 09-22-2022 20:34:48  
Like Old said.



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used red MN

09-22-2022 21:54:09




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 Re: How to bleed loader on Massey Ferguson 202 in reply to Dekester, 09-22-2022 20:34:48  
On the power steering you do not say if it is a gas or diesel. The attached link is to the online parts diagrams for your tractor. Sections 162 - 170 cover the PS pumps, once you view one you have to click ..Table of Contents.. at the top to return to the section list. Basically a gas has a lid on the top that bolts down by a center bolt also a filter in there. The diesel just has a small plug on the top of the reservoir.

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miangus

09-23-2022 08:26:31




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 Re: How to bleed loader on Massey Ferguson 202 in reply to used red MN, 09-22-2022 21:54:09  
Correct answer. You are filling the loader oil in the correct spot. The little breather on top screws out on mine, fill to the plug on the side. Removing the plug on the lower support will make a mess. It should bleed out just running it.



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old

09-22-2022 21:07:32




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 Re: How to bleed loader on Massey Ferguson 202 in reply to Dekester, 09-22-2022 20:34:48  
Very simple cycle all cylinders and as you do check and double check fluid levels



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Geo-TH,In

09-23-2022 02:51:36




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 Re: How to bleed loader on Massey Ferguson 202 in reply to old, 09-22-2022 21:07:32  
X2
I never bleed a cylinder.



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