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Old 11-23-2010, 09:16 AM
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How to change fluid and filter Insta Act Pump any DIY'S?

Hey guys,

So after much searching and fidgeting, I finally got my MM2 to work and move and angle all directions. I just bought the plow and its moving pretty slow, my guess would be that even though I have blue fluid, and it looks pretty clean, from what I have been reading the filter/screen is all gunked up. Is there a write up or diy for the insta act pump filter change.
Any help and with pictures would be extremely helpful,

T.I.A
Anthony
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Old 11-23-2010, 09:25 AM
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If you look up at your resovoir (the bottom tank you put fluid in) there are 4 screws at the corners. They are a flat head screw or you can use a small socket to get them loose. Two are easy to get to, and two are kinda difficult on the back side. I always drain the fluid before removing it. Anyways, remove the 4 screws and pop it off. It may take a few light taps to get it loose from the o ring but it will come off.

The filter will be right there. You can clean it or remove it.
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Old 11-23-2010, 07:21 PM
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You may have to remove the two bolts that hold the pump to the frame to get the resevoir off.
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