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Re: Hydraulic pumps
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: Re: Hydraulic pumps
- From: email@example.com (Zafer Mehmood )
- Date: Thu, 13 Oct 1994 13:57:18 +0500
- Original-From: mhcnet!zm (Zafer Mehmood )
- Original-To: swiss.ans.net!quattro
- Reply-To: quattro
- Sender: quattro-owner
> The real bad news was that when I took off the noisy pump, it was full of
> tiny metal pieces (surprise, I wonder where the noise was coming from), so I
> bought a new filter, flushed the system twice, and am holding my fingers
> crossed that the rack didn't go while it had the metal junk coming through it
> at 200 bars.
Is the filter you are refering to the one in the reservoir? Or is
there another one? The plastic filter in the reservoir has a couple of
vertical slits along its length which seem to defeat the purpose. I couldn't
figure out how this could possibly trap anything reliably.
Also, how do you flush the system? When I replaced the pressure accumulator,
I drained the reservoir and filled it with new fluid. Is there a procedure
for getting all the old fluid out of the rack and the pump?
87 5000 CS TQ