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MM2 EZ-V air in pump ?

Discussion in 'Fisher Engineering Discussion' started by MGV, Dec 29, 2010.

  1. MGV

    MGV Junior Member
    Messages: 14

    I have a MM2 EZ-V plow and I changed the fluid before the season and noticed 1 of the hydraulic hoses for the right wing was bad. I replaced it topped off the fluid and cycled the plow and all the cylinders 4 or 5 times to ger out any air in the system. Now when you scoop the plow the pump sounds like it is cavatating. Lifting the plow the pump sounds fine. Is there some way to bleed the air out ? or maybe its another problem.
  2. yamahagrizzly

    yamahagrizzly Member
    Messages: 33

    the best way is to loosen the "nut" on the hose at the top near the pump just a little so air can get out. then cycle the wing 3-5 times. the do the same thing at the bottom near the ram. after that dont forget to add more fluid
  3. MGV

    MGV Junior Member
    Messages: 14

    OK, Will give it a try. Thanks