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Old 06-03-2016, 11:01 PM   #1
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2000 Tradewinds model 7373. Could someone tell Where on the cylinder to add hydrolic fluid and how full to fill it. Thanks
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Old 06-04-2016, 11:34 AM   #2
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Jack fluid

Mine is in lower bay driver side behind rear tires with the air intake. Fill plug is on left side top of reservoir.
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It's in the small bay right behind the drivers side rear tires on my 99 Tradewinds. Look for a metal fill plug near the top of the tank on the left. I used an oil filter funnel.
18" Long Neck Black Funnel
The tank looks like this picture.
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Is it the light colored nut on the left with a red wire in it, or is it on the top of the tank with no wire in the nut. How full do you fill it. Until it runs out. Thank you so much Mr. Berry
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Is it the light colored nut on the left with a red wire in it, or is it on the top of the tank with no wire in the nut. How full do you fill it. Until it runs out. Thank you so much Mr. Berry
It's your second choice ,the one without the wire. They recommend filling to 1/4" of overflowing. Except that's impossible to see while filling. I let it overflow just a little and displaced the ATF with a wooden dowel by inserting it in the hole several inches to create more overflow. It's not real critical but if it's too full the jacks will not be able to retract all the way.


Make sure the jacks are retracted (up) when you fill the tank.

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