How To Properly Bleed a Floor Jack - Garage Lift Equipment

How To Properly Bleed a Floor Jack - Garage Lift Equipment

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Regardless of the make or model of the floor jack, some maintenance is required.

 

After extensive use lifting cars, trucks, or other vehicles the pumping action on floor jacks over time can allow air into the hydraulic pistons or cause a small amount of jack oil to leak out. This can cause the jack to not function as smoothly or lose some of its lifting power. Luckily with some basic maintenance highlighted in this video, your floor jack with be back in action.

 

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