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How to check level of hydraulic oil on a johnston sweeper C50

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SOURCE: Runs Hot and Checking Oil

Well ambient temp around you, is it high?
Check your cooling system as it may not have good enough circulation. Beside the little window there is a little line telling you if you are in low, good or high oil level.

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Crunching when changing gears on a pajero


check the oil level of the gearbox, if level is low or oil is too thin will cause it to crunch. put an 80w90 gear oil into it if needs fill or change/ also check the clutch is fully disengaged. maybe clutch hydraulics have air in the system, this will reduce the travel of the clutch fork and not fully disengage the clutch. to see if its the clutch hydraulics select 1st gear push in the clutch and start the engine, if it starts to creep forward check out the hydraulics. if all this ok, prob be the synchro rings internal in the gearbox

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Check the rear end oil level. Failing that try cleaning the hydraulic oil fillter.

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Replace the Hydraulic oil in the log splitter after
every 150 hours of use. Take following steps to
replace it.
  1. Make sure all moving parts stops and the log splitter is unplugged.
  2. Unscrew Oil Drain Bolt with Dipstick to remove it.
  3. Turn the log splitter on the Support Leg side over an 4 liters capacity container to drain the hydraulic oil off.
  4. Turn the log splitter on the the motor side.
  5. Refill fresh hydraulic oil at the volume as per the hydraulic oil capacity of a particular model indicated in above specifications table.
  6. Clean the surface of Dipstick on the Oil Drain Bolt and put it back into the oil tank while keep the log splitter vertically.
  7. Make sure the level of the refilled oil is just between 2 grooves around the Dipstick.
  8. Clean the Oil Drain Bolt before thread them back. Make sure they are tightened to avoid leakage before place the log splitter horizontally.
Periodically check oil level to ensure it is between
2 grooves around the Dipstick. Upon Lower oil
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http://www.qci.net/files/5_Ton_Log_Splitter_-_USE_THIS_MANUAL.pdf

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How to change oil


First drain the oil from the engine by un-doing the oil drain plug at the bottom of the engines oil pan. Once most of the oil drains replace the oil filter. The oil filter on a Suzuki Boulevard c50 is located just below the gas tank on the right side of the motorcycle. The oil filter is a round assembly that is typically black or chrome and can be removed using an oil filter wrench. Put a bit of oil around the gasket on the new filter and screw it on tightly by hand. Put in the drain plug and fill the engine up with oil (check the oil level glass window with the bike in an upright position to make sure you have enough oil in the engine block)

Mar 22, 2011 | 2005 Suzuki Boulevard C50

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Looking for oil dipstick on 2005 suzuki boulevard c-50 how to do oil change?


Sorry, no dipstick; the oil level is checked at a sight window low on the right side of the engine. This is best done with an inspection mirror, as the bike must be held level to read accurately. Side note: when changing the oil filter, make sure that the rubber gasket of the old filter does not stick to the bike- some have failed to notice this, causing a total loss of engine oil while the bike is running!

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Oil light on


Providing the engine is not seized

It may be the oil level SENDER is part of a low oil shut off circuit to prevent the engine from starting when there is low or no oil in the case.

However if it goes bad and there is enough oil in the case the oil level sender may be bad.

Apr 02, 2010 | 2005 Suzuki Boulevard C50

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Runs Hot and Checking Oil


Well ambient temp around you, is it high?
Check your cooling system as it may not have good enough circulation. Beside the little window there is a little line telling you if you are in low, good or high oil level.

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When in reverse and uphill the hydraulic lift(three pnt hitch) will not operate, but will on level ground


See if there is enough hydraulic oil in the system,check the level,this is probably cause there is not enough oil.

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Power steering fluid level checking:
- vehicle stationary
- front wheels in straight ahead position
- engine at normal operating temperature
- remove cap with dipstick from expansion tank and wipe off
- reinstall cap with dipstick and remove again
- fluid level between "min" and "max" markings
- top off with G 002 000 hydraulic oil if necessary
Power steering system capacity is around 1 liter, but it is not necessary to periodic change the hydraulic oil!
If oil level has dropped to the "min" marking, check power steering system, including hoses and lines.
It is not enough simply to top off the hydraulic oil !!!

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