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 07-11-2004, 13:53 Post: 90552
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I had a limb jerk loose one of my hydraulic lines and I reckon I lost all my fluid. Bummer! Anyway-I need to know where the stuff goes into my tractor so I can refill it. I don't have the manuals yet and my dealer is away. Can anyone tell me where the oil goes in and about how much it holds? Hopefully it didn't damage the pump!






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 07-11-2004, 15:08 Post: 90556
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I don't know much about Kiotis, but whoever can answer the question would probably need to know what model and type of transmission you have. The hydraulic fill on my JD is under and just behind the seat and you have to tilt the seat up to add fluid. This arrangement is common, so you might look in that area. There is often a site glass somewhere to tell what the level is, but yours may use a dip stick.






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 07-11-2004, 15:25 Post: 90558
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I am sure DKVince will jump in and post his thoughts on this ASAP. In the mean time look in the area's Ken has already mentioned. If it is not there the filler cap should be somewhere on the transmission case housing. If you have lost all the hyd. fluid, under NO circumstance run the engine until you have repair the hyd. line and refilled the transmission case. Running the engine without hyd. oil in the transmission sump can burn up the hyd. pump and or do possibly do damage to the transmission.






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 07-11-2004, 18:31 Post: 90581
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That was fast, didn't I just congratulate you on a new machine ?
I believe the trans. fill cap is just above the 3 point top link on the 3054 (may have a red cap)
I can't tell you the transmission oil capacity. My DK 35 holds around 11 1/2 Gallon so The 3054 should be a bit less than that.






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 07-12-2004, 06:49 Post: 90615
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Further to Chief's comment: The line probably should be changed if there's any chance that it or the fitting were damaged. Oil under high pressure from pinhole leaks or ruptured lines can cause serious injury.

I can't see how a line could be pulled off without damaging something unless it was some type of quick-connect fitting. Ordinarily a quick-connect fitting wouldn't leak much oil on the ground unless it too was damaged. I'd be aware that a leak may not be apparent unless the system is lifting big weight and a failure such as a ruptured line could happen a long time from now. What ever you do, please test for leaks with a piece of cardboard rather than your fingers, and wear eye protection. You can't necessarily see a pin hole leak.






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