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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: mt180d hrdraulic problem
Since you are not saying which hydraulic oil you want to change I will give you a site where you can log in and they can help you with the oil and any problems you have had since you didn't say what the problem was. You will have to become a member but costs nothing except your e-mail address’s go to http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/mitsubishi-satoh/101519-welcome-hydraulics-forum.html and you can find what you need.
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
hi there joedorava
is there input to pumps , are there any leaks in the system either oil / air
have you purged all the air from the hydro units and wheel motors
if air is entraineed in oil , you may get alot of noise from caviatation in the pumps and wheel motors also heat , and vibration and no movement until all the air is gone
top up oil to correct level
caviatation can be quite destructive on pumps etc
i assume you used the correct hydraulic fluid for the unit in question
have you checked changed hydraulic filters when changed hydraulic fluid ?
other than that cant give any more info
Posted on May 25, 2011
Your Onan engine will do excellent with Mobil One 0w40, Mobile One 5w30.
DO NOT use hydraulic oil in the transmission/transaxle, you will destroy it. Your tractor uses an Eaton 11 Hydrostatic transmission pump with the oil resevour being the cast iron transaxle. The WheelHorse transaxle is as rugged as they come. It uses a solid cast iron housing, case hardened intermediate gears and forged differential gears with an eight pinion differential.
Your transaxle requires 10w40 synthetic or conventional oil as well as a wix 51410 filter or the OEM wheelHorse filter. It should be changed every 100 hours with conventional oil or 250 hours with synthetic. DO NOT use hydraulic oil!
Posted on May 31, 2012
The older tractors used type TCH which meant Torque Converter Hydraulic. That's sometimes hard to find now. NAPA has a product type TDH (stands for Torque converter, Differential, Hydraulic) and is appropriate. Regarding the pink color, some of the fluids come that way. It makes leaks easier to locate. Long live old iron!
Posted on Feb 22, 2015
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