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Fluid shooting out.

Discussion in 'Fisher Engineering Discussion' started by Bad Luck, Feb 7, 2006.

  1. Bad Luck

    Bad Luck Senior Member
    Messages: 741

    At the begining of the season I was changing my pump fluid...I'd fill it up. Move the blade up, down, left, and right. to get the air out. I'd open the fill plug and fluid would shoot all over the place. It did this a few times, the thing is that it wouldn't move right away from L to R so I just assumed that there was air in the line.

    Anyone have this problem?
  2. 05DURAMAX

    05DURAMAX Junior Member
    Messages: 17

    When I added the fluid then moved the plow around and then pulled the plug I would get a little air, possibly some fluid. When I bleed the plow I angle the plow to the right and crack the left piston then bring the plow to the left forcing out fluid along with air and whatever else. I repeated for the other side, then checked the fluid, added and its been fine. It seems like theres quite a bit of pressure under the fill cap.