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Carquest 3.5 ton floor jack how do i fil and bleed hydraulic oil

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the best place for floor jacks is either under the rear axle or on the spot where you would place your OEM jack that came with the car your owners manual should have a diagram that shows you where these spots are.

Posted on Aug 28, 2008

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SOURCE: How do I position a hydraulic floor jack to lift

Put it on the fame just behind the front wheels and set your stands to land on the sway bars.Do this for each side.

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SOURCE: what ton hydraulic jack do i need for this car?

2 1/2 ton should be sufficent!

Posted on Mar 14, 2010

SOURCE: my floorjack will not stay up?

About every 15 years, they need to be rebuilt

Have to find a hydraulic jack repair shop in your area

Posted on Jun 16, 2012

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