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Which hose? Power steering?
There is no repairing the hose, just replace it. When you have the old one off, look for wear or pinch areas, and inspect the area where it happened, you may need to slightly reroute the hose to avoid the problem happening in the future.

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How do I replace hydraulic line from pump to right arm on my 96 753 bobcat


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that is the bucket on the ground, allowed to tilt forward

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To remove 1993 mustang conv. top cylinders should top be up or down? thanks, bill


don't have 93. here's 94

Motor Assembly, Convertible Top Removal and Installation
NOTE: The folding top hydraulic cylinder rods should be in the fully retracted position.
Use absorbent rags or a container to catch any hydraulic fluid that leaks out when removing the fittings.
  1. Remove motor and pump assembly as outlined.
  1. Loosen each folding top motor upper and lower hose fitting on the sides of the folding top hydraulic lift motor and plate kit (533A00) .
  1. Remove the folding top hydraulic lift motor and plate kit .
  1. Remove each of the service folding top hydraulic lift motor and plate kit plugs one at a time and attach the tee fitting to the replacement folding top hydraulic lift motor and plate kit . NOTE: Make sure that the o-ring is installed in the bottom of each folding top hydraulic lift motor and plate kit port before attaching the hose tee fitting.
  1. Connect the folding top hydraulic lift motor and plate kit unit to a 12-volt power source and cycle the folding top hydraulic lift motor and plate kit in and out several times to purge the air from the folding top motor upper and lower hoses (53390) . Some noise squeal may be noticed due to the air. srb~us~en~file=ani_caut.gif~gen~ref.gif CAUTION: Do not overfill or the reservoir seal could be blown out.
  1. Carefully remove the rubber fill plug from the back and the reservoir and check the fluid level. The level should be at the bottom of the filler hole. If necessary, add Synthetic Mercon® Multi-Purpose Automatic transmission fluid E6AZ-19582-B (ESR-M2C163-A2) or equivalent.
  1. Replace the fill plug with a new fill plug.
  1. To install, reverse Removal procedure.
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Section 01-17: Convertible 1994 Mustang. Workshop Manual
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION Lift Cylinder, Power Top Removal and Installation
NOTE: The cylinder rods should be in the fully-retracted position.
  1. Remove pump and motor as outlined.
  1. Remove the upper and lower hose fitting from the folding top hydraulic cylinder (50600) . Use absorbent rags or a container to catch any hydraulic fluid that leaks out when removing the fittings.
  1. Remove each of the service cylinder plugs one at a time and attach the hose fittings. NOTE: Be sure each fitting is installed in the correct position on the folding top hydraulic cylinder .
    NOTE: Make sure that the tetra seal is installed in the bottom of each of the folding top hydraulic cylinder ports before attaching the upper and lower hose fittings.
  1. Connect the folding top hydraulic lift motor and plate kit (533A00) to a 12-volt power source and cycle the folding top hydraulic lift motor and plate kit in and out several times to purge the air from the hoses. Some noise squeal may be noticed due to the air.
  1. Carefully remove the rubber fill plug from the back and the reservoir and check the fluid level. The level should be at the bottom of the filler hole. If necessary, add Synthetic Mercon® Multi-Purpose Automatic transmission fluid E6AZ-19582-B (ESR-M2C163-A2) or equivalent.
  1. Replace the fill plug with a new fill plug.
  1. To install, reverse Removal procedure.

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here's some info

Symptom Chart Condition Possible Source Action
  • Folding Top Does Not Raise and/or Lower
  • Blown fuse(s).
  • Circuitry open/shorted.
  • Damaged folding top switch.
  • Damaged raise/lower relay .
  • Damaged folding top hydraulic lift motor and plate kit .
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  • Go to Pinpoint Test A.
  • Top Hesitates and/or Comes Up Uneven
  • Damaged folding top hydraulic lift motor and plate kit .
  • Damaged folding top motor upper and lower hose .
  • Damaged folding top hydraulic cylinder .
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  • Go to Pinpoint Test B.
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  • Damaged folding top linkage.
  • Damaged folding top hydraulic lift motor and plate kit .
  • Go to Pinpoint Test C.
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  • Damaged fluid reservoir.
  • Damaged folding top hydraulic cylinder .
  • Damaged folding top motor upper and lower hose .
  • Go to Pinpoint Test D.


Lift Cylinder, Power Top Removal and Installation
NOTE: The cylinder rods should be in the fully-retracted position.
  1. Remove pump and motor as outlined.
  1. Remove the upper and lower hose fitting from the folding top hydraulic cylinder (50600) . Use absorbent rags or a container to catch any hydraulic fluid that leaks out when removing the fittings.
  1. Remove each of the service cylinder plugs one at a time and attach the hose fittings. NOTE: Be sure each fitting is installed in the correct position on the folding top hydraulic cylinder .
    NOTE: Make sure that the tetra seal is installed in the bottom of each of the folding top hydraulic cylinder ports before attaching the upper and lower hose fittings.
  1. Connect the folding top hydraulic lift motor and plate kit (533A00) to a 12-volt power source and cycle the folding top hydraulic lift motor and plate kit in and out several times to purge the air from the hoses. Some noise squeal may be noticed due to the air.
  1. Carefully remove the rubber fill plug from the back and the reservoir and check the fluid level. The level should be at the bottom of the filler hole. If necessary, add Synthetic Mercon® Multi-Purpose Automatic transmission fluid E6AZ-19582-B (ESR-M2C163-A2) or equivalent.
  1. Replace the fill plug with a new fill plug.
  1. To install, reverse Removal procedure.
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