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HOw to get 185 allis hydralic sytem bled

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 18, 2021 10:48 am    Post subject: HOw to get 185 allis hydralic sytem bled Reply to specific post Reply with quote

the metal line that goes from end of pump got a hole in it from hitting the frame ,I remove and put a new section in but can't get it to reprime by turning the d=steering ,someone said to turn to locks both ways but it will keep turning each way .kept going 2-3 minutes each way then again no help ,any ideas
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 18, 2021 3:49 pm    Post subject: Re: HOw to get 185 allis hydralic sytem bled Reply to specific post Reply with quote

First off, you must refill the hydraulic system with oil that you lost from the leak. The dipstick/fill hole is to the left and forward of the gearshift and has to be unscrewed to remove it. I guess I'd have and air hose with a rubber nipple and some sort of rubber hose on the nipple to fit the hydraulic dipstick hole and gently pressurize the cavity while the engine is running at 1200 RPM. You might even loosen one of the steel line connections on top of the pump to let it squirt out some oil when it catches prime. Might be a 2 person job with one in the seat trying the steering wheel while the other blows air into the hydraulic dipstick hole GENTLY.
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