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Hyd. pump noise

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Posted by Joe on December 08, 2002 at 12:11:55 from (65.160.204.36):

I get a terrible screaming noise when I start my tractor when its very cold out. The noise comes from the front mount hyd. pump. for the loader. After it warms awhile the noise goes away. The pump is in good shape flows normally and comes up to full max pressure ok. I use the very common Ford hyd. pump oil (I forget the number at this time) but it is suitable for low temps. My tank holds about $75.00 worth of the oil and it is fairly new. I think I need to thin the oil a bit more for low temp. operation... What do you think? And if so, with what? Thanks.....

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