How do you change a hydraulic filter on a bobcat?

How do you change a hydraulic filter on a bobcat?

Changing a Hydraulic Filter: Step-by-Step Instructions

  1. Lock out the machine.
  2. Affix filter wrench or strap wrench to the bottom of the filter.
  3. Turn the wrench to remove the filter.
  4. Once removed, verify the old seal came out completely and clean the filter head.
  5. Rub the seal on the new filter with clean oil.

What is a hydraulic charge filter?

The charge filters service the high pressure side of the hydraulic system. The filters remove contaminants from the hydraulic oil prior to the oil being sent to the return manifold and other hydraulic systems.

What kind of hydraulic fluid goes in a Bobcat skid steer?

Bobcat recommends using its self-branded all-season hydraulic/hydrostatic fluid. The oil is designed to provide optimum flow at subzero temperatures, while maintaining stability during periods of high-temperature use. The company says its oil cannot be duplicated by off-the-shelf fluids.

What does the ACS light mean on a bobcat?

BOBCAT ACS (lift tilt) Problem.

What kind of hydraulic fluid does a bobcat 763 take?

5w-30 motor oil for temperatures below 0 F (-18 C). That’s good enough for me, and works just fine in my 763, but if your not comfortable using off-brand oils, use the Bobcat stuff.

How often should a hydraulic filter be changed?

Ideally, hydraulic filters should be changed when the dirt holding capacity of the filter is around 80% full before the filter has gone on bypass.

How do you know when to replace hydraulic filter?

Once it reaches a critical level (e.g., 2 bar for a filter that has a 3 bar pressure drop when it is at capacity), the indicator reveals that you need to change the filter. Filters are then changed when the element indicators reveal that the filter is getting near capacity.

What kind of oil filter does a bobcat use?

Enhanced filtration reduces chance of hard particles bypassing the filter and damaging the motor during cold starts Fits the following Bobcat loaders: Skid Steer Loaders: S150, S160, S175, S185, S205, S220, S250, S300, S330, S450, S510, S530, S550, S590, S630, S650, S750, S770, S850

What kind of track loader does a bobcat use?

Track Loaders: T180, T190, T250, T300, T320, T450, T550, T590, T630, T650, T750, T770, T870 Filters will vary depending on your serial number and your machines engine. Check the Bobcat Online Parts Catalog to ensure the correct part for your equipment.

What are the dangers of using Bobcat parts?

Check the Bobcat Online Parts Catalog to ensure the correct part for your equipment. WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including lead and lead compounds, mineral oils, and phthalates which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.

What should I know about Bobcat service videos?

Protect your investment by learning how to perform regular maintenance yourself. Check out our Service Videos below to learn how you can keep your machine running longer without a lot of downtime. For additional maintenance information, refer to your operation and maintenance manual.