How do I Check the Hydraulic Fluid in a Kubota B7800 Tractor?by Marlo Peterson
The Kubota B7800 tractor uses hydraulics to operate, so it is necessary for you to maintain the hydraulic fluid at the proper level. You can check the level of the hydraulic fluid by looking into the reservoir and reading the level that the fluid registers on the dipstick. Checking the level of the hydraulic fluid on your Kubota tractor is quick and easy, and the only thing you'll need is a clean rag.
Locate the hydraulic fluid dipstick beneath the driver's seat of your Kubota B7800 tractor. It should be clearly marked.
Pull the dipstick out of the hydraulic fluid reservoir. Wipe off the dipstick and reinsert it in the tube.
Remove the dipstick from the tube. Check the end of the dipstick to see what the fluid level is. With the tractor engine off, the hydraulic fluid should register at the "Cold fill" line. If the fluid isn't at that level, you need to add more.
Replace the dipstick in the hydraulic fluid reservoir.
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Marlo Peterson began writing professionally as a beat reporter in 2007. His work has appeared in "The Virginian-Pilot," "MIX Magazine" and at Gamersmark.com. He holds a Bachelor of Science in mass communications from Norfolk State University in Norfolk.