[200q20v] Hydraulic leak - UV dye?
knotnook at traverse.com
Tue Feb 5 16:12:40 EST 2002
Anyway, I sprayed my reservoir and hoses all off with WD40 and then blasted
it with the air hose, followed by a bunch of wiping with paper towels and
came up with a pretty clean area before I replaced the high pressure line
to the PS rack (I took out the reservoir so I could almost get my fat arms
into the area to attach the new hose to the rack).
At 01:00 PM 02/05/2002 -0800, Rob Winchell wrote:
>--- Kneale Brownson <knotnook at traverse.com> wrote:
> > Why don't you just wash off all the collected
> > oil/dust and then see where
> > new oil appears?
>1) It is VERY difficult to clean off all the oil/dirt
>2) The fluid ends up all over the place, which is why
>I can't tell where it is coming from.
>Hose clamps are all tight, resevoir/barbs were squeaky
>clean when installed 2 months ago. Believe me, this
>dye idea is a last resort, as I've tried a lot of
>other things already.
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