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well u don't say what you want to add oil for... the rear 3 point hitch fill is on back near lifting arm it is orange or red small cap.... the other is next to battery red cable standing in front of battery red cable on your left cap is left from that
First, whatever you buy be sure it is Transmission/hydraulic fluid not just hydraulic oil. The hydraulic and trans oil are the same oil. John Deere trans fluid will work, Case IH. Tractor supply has a fluid that works good, Traveller Trans/Hydraulic Renew. It is for older tractors.
As a rule the Kubota L2800/L3400 do not have a dip stick for the hydraulic fluid. To check the fluid level, find the small round site glass that is on the transmission, left side, just in front of the clutch pedal. This sight glass has a level line on it. If the level is low the fluid might not show in the sight glass. If the level is below the line add fluid. The fill port for the Hydraulic fluid is on the back of the tractor just below the level of the seat.
Good question ... what kind is it ... should I guess? Some take 30 weight non detergent oil ... others take transmission fluid type F or GM or other "flavor" (specialty oil). Some fill under the seat others fill else where. Are you sure it is hydraulic? Have you looked for the fill tube? Do you have the instruction/owners manual anywhere? I would like to help you and maybe I have, inadvertently. Please don't put anything in until (1) you know what kind of fluid is suppose to be put in (2) you know it is low and requires additional fluid (3) don't operate it until you get the answers to (1) and (2). Is there a dealer for your unnamed make and model in your town? Have you called them? Maybe you should give them a call ...
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If you transaxle is leaking badly adding oil may not help long term,if you remove the back hitch plate there is a allen wrench plug or a rubber vent hose, you can add oil there,measure down from the top of transaxle and fill to within 1.5 inch of the top,always allow 1.5 in of air space in top to allow for expansion. Add amsoil or mobil 1 synthetic motor oil 15w-50 or 20w-50. Do not use transmission fluid or hydraulic oil.