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    Default Hydraulics jerky

    This is probably in here somewhere But I can't find it. After changing oil and filters on hydro my transmission is real jerky and loader moves real slow.
    Do I have air in the system and if so, how do I bleed it out? I have a B2630
    Thanks

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    Default Re: Hydraulics jerky

    I would make sure you added enough oil back to the system. It could be low on oil or a filter issue...
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    Default Re: Hydraulics jerky

    If you have enough oil... I think to purge air, you max out the curl and lift in both directions a couple of times.

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    Default Re: Hydraulics jerky

    Quote Originally Posted by sarti View Post
    This is probably in here somewhere But I can't find it. After changing oil and filters on hydro my transmission is real jerky and loader moves real slow.
    Do I have air in the system and if so, how do I bleed it out? I have a B2630
    Thanks
    Assuming your fluid is full up, I think your have a suction leak - probably at the replaced filter. Once you eliminate air getting into the system, however it is, the air there will be purged in normal operation.
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    Default Re: Hydraulics jerky

    what brand oil did you use? We often see this problem when guys use off-spec fluids.

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