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1999 ford 2120 compact Hydraulics

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boatmoter
Join Date: May 2020
Posts: 1 Florida
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2020-05-21          199233


Hi All, purchased a 2120 ,ALL the hydraulics stopped working on it at the same time,loader, 3 point,power steering,HSS, I see 3 pumps on it,one on the right hand timing cover says it's the Hydraulic pump, the 2 on the left side of engine are Hss & power steering, looks like the hydraulic pump feeds the other pumps since it's first on the Suction pipe , would this pump be feeding the others fluid?? has anyone else had all the hydraulics go out at the same time?? fluid is full

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joyce1
Join Date: May 2004
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2020-05-22          199245


I do not have a Ford, but on a Kubota the Power Steering, The Hydrostatic Transmission, and the Loader and 3PH all have one source for Hydro Fluid and they are all intertwined. ....

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Join Date: Oct 2005
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2020-05-22          199249


I am reading this having the impression you have not had it long. OK the fluid is full.

I am assuming you just pulled the dip stick or sight gauge on knowing the fluid is full.

If that is all you did it may be full but could have issue with clogged filter or filters or even contaminated hyd oil.

If you are not sure the fluid and filters have been changed recently like last 100 hours or run time change it to begin with. Would say do the same with the engine oil and all filters, air and fuel.

Find out if there is a screen in the tank that needs to be cleaned also. A dealer ship should be willing to tell you. If you buy the filters there have no doubt they will. Matter of fact if you are needing to change the fluids and filters stop they and tell them what you having going on and ask them if not that any thoughts.

If this is not your issue have no idea.
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