Question about Cub Cadet Garden
You must bleed it way more, starting with the hydraulic pump - apparently it's not functioning because oil hasn't reach it.
You must do that in the exact sequence and with the exact procedures specified in the service manual for your exact model, otherwise it will simply not work - hydraulic transmissions are very delicate and fiddly and should be serviced only when the hydraulic oil shows sighs of decay. Beware, this isn't something the average customer should do, it's a job for the dealer.
Posted on Aug 01, 2010
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