How to Service a Hydraulic Floor Jack?

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Having problems with your hydraulic floor jack can be a real headache. First, you should locate the serial number and model number. Then to troubleshoot your problem, you can contact the manufacturer directly and they can walk you through how to fix your specific problem. Most of the time it requires replacing and adding the hydraulic fluid.
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1. Check the weight rating on the floor jack and the axle weight of the vehicle you're intending to lift with it. Axle weights can be found on a sticker in the driver's side door
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There is a screw, usually on top of the jack, unscrew this and remove. Refill the jack with hydraulic floor jack oil. This can be purchased at any Walmart. Replace the screw and you're
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Loosen the handle to release the jack. remove them fill plug. Pump handle up and down through the full range on motion. Replace plug and test. If it sill does to work satisfactorily
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1 Secure the object being lifted. Ensure that the load that is to be lifted has been properly secured to prevent inadvertent movement during the lifting process. Ad 2 Close the release
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