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Where do i put in hydraulic fluid in a johnson 225 boat motor

Hydraulic fluid for the trim so the motor will raise up and down

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WHERE DO I PUT HYDRAULIC FLUID TO MAKE MOTOR TILT ON A JOHNSON 115 HP 2000 MOTOR

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If its an outboard you will see a reservoir near the cylinder on back, be careful and set the shallow drive lever so the weight is off the hydros when you open it, there can be up to 3000psi if it has weight/pressure on it

once added you have to blead air bubbles, go up then down at least 10 times

also a boat parts store(phone book) may be able to help you

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My johnson 50 when in the up position it slowy goes down and there no oil leaks ps how much tilt fluid should be in it tilt cheers michael


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Corrosion in submersible pumps


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Correct hydraulic reservoir size for pump


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How do you fill a ac delco hydraulic 3 ton floor jack model 34123 with hydraulic fluid


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Floor Jack will not raise


If the jack goes up without load, there are 1 or 2 problems.
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Relief valve has debris preventing it from closing.

Both items are serviceable by stripping it down.
Take notes on dis-assembly if you are not experienced in hydraulic repair.

More than likely, the piston has a cup type seal. Inspect the inner o-ring by running it through 2 pinched fingers to locate a tear, split or other damage. it should feel smooth.

Parts can be matched at a local hydraulic parts shop. ie Vickers Parker, Rexroth.

If the relief poppet is not seating, it can allow fluid to bypass the check, and you will not build up enough pressure too.

In any case, a total rebuild should be done, as it may be a combination of problems.

Strip it down as far as you can, and clean everything with a good electrical degreaser and air.

Use vaccuum grease to lubricate the seals and o-reings on re-assembly.
If you need additional help, please repost!

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