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    Quote Originally Posted by The FLU farm View Post
    I'm really tired, but isn't 87 normally "power out"? In other words, it is only carrying power when the relay is energized.
    Correct, 87 is out when the relay is energized. 87a is out when the relay is not energized. Because the relay is energized it is sending the 24 volts that would normally go to the start button to the cold start set of circuits, the red line remains at 0. If I remove the light blue line then the red line is at 24 volts and the starter button works.

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    the lubrication guide shows OE/HDO-10 as the lubricant for the power steering. So does that mean i should just run a 15w40 or can i run the same AW32 hydraulic fluid I'm running in the backhoe since that system also originally called out OE/HDO-10

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    Since no one else has swung at this... If it were me and I was swapping fluid out, I would run the AW32 in it. It's a hydraulic system after all. The only reason (as I understand it) that OE is called for is the simplified logistics of using the same fluids for many things. I'm confident that OE would do no harm, but hydraulic oil has better anti-corrosion additives and tends to deal with water vapor a bit better. Also I have heard that regular motor oil (as we know it) has detergents that can screw up non filtered systems like air compressors, and such because the detergents keep gunk in suspension and abrading parts rather than getting filtered out (as with a filtered system) or sinking to the bottom (in unfiltered things). This info is worth every nickle that you paid for it.

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    I agree. Running AW-32 in mine.

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    A bit brutal with the levers, maybe, but it worked.

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    Because a beverage is always invited.
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    It’s a cup holder.

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    I have avoided the cupholder. Because I didn’t want any cans finding their way in there ...

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    I have avoided the cupholder. Because I didnít want any cans finding their way in there ...

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    Yes, there is a strict “no soda pop” policy in place now. The price of progress.

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