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Originally Posted by michael90630
I have Craftsman 3 ton Hydraulic Floor Jack. What is the correct procedure to service it? When I opened the bolt (the opening of which is used to fill oil), some oil poured out. The jack was in released/de-pressurized state and oil still poured out. I need to re-fill it or maybe drain all the oil and re-fill with new Hydraulic jack oil.
Originally Posted by nastynissan
With the jack sitting LEVEL with it all the way compressed (down) the oil should be level with the hole.. Sometimes temp. can cause the level to seem alittle off.. An .oz or so of oil isnt anything to worry about.. When you do refill it, fill- Raise to MAx and lower--- Check again--- If low repeat Procedure.
At least thats how I service all my jacks
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