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Teleflex Hydraulic Fill Kit
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Teleflex Hydraulic Fill Kit Customer Questions and Answers

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do you need this tool just to add to the system ?

Asked on 06/07/2015 by Undisclosed

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We bought a boat with bridge removed for interstate hauling. 2 people added oil successfully on first try. The job could have been very messy without the kit. Minimizes or eliminates oil spills.

Answered on 06/09/2015 by JOSEPH TRIPP
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Yes, not practical to try to fobricate yourself

Answered on 06/07/2015 by DAVID KASSABIAN

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Yea, On my 2009 Lund I connected one end of hose to a port on top of steering console and the other end on the quart of fluid. No mess .

Answered on 06/07/2015 by RAYMOND TAYLOR

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It sure helps! I think you might find it at auto parts store.

Answered on 06/07/2015 by BRANDON HODGE
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does the filler tube come with the sea star hydraulic fluid? that you need to pour it into the steering wheel?

Asked on 05/27/2013 by Patty Howell

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I had to purchase the filler tube separately.

Answered on 05/28/2013 by PAUL LEBLANC
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No the pump does not come with refill oil. I guess you have to order it separately

Answered on 05/28/2013 by BRANDON HODGE

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Yes , easy to do . I changed my seals bled the system all with the kit

Answered on 05/27/2013 by BOBBY HICE
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what is the sequence to add fluid to system?

Asked on 09/01/2014 by First Name Last Name

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The easiest way is to get a filler kit at your local boaters store or from the place you bought the steering kit. Follow the instructions. It is easy. It is best to have two people. One at the helm and one at that cylinder. It just like bleeding brakes on a car. I hope this is helpful.

Answered on 09/05/2014 by CHARLES BOYD
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System easy to load with fluid but use filler attachment and start with 3/4 full quart fluid : easier to purge air back into container as you fill, As filling ,turn steering wheel hard to port than back hard to starboard , keeping repeating as system fills lines and air is purged from system . Takes 15 minutes roughly to fill , check all couplings to see no leaks and snug tight

Answered on 09/05/2014 by hank slodden
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