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I have recently purchased a Mitsubishi mt 20 fd tractor for getting some stuff done around the house.. I am pretty mechanically inclined, but when it comes to hydraulics, I am totally lost. The front bucket will slowly raise after jamming the lever up and down several times and when it does move, its jerky. The 3 point on the back, wont move at all. I drained, bled, changed the filter, and filled back up with fresh hydraulic fluid.. and still nothing. I know there is some sort of hydraulic screen inside the casing somewhere.. but I CANNOT figure out where its at. Any ideas where it may be located at? Somebody please help!:00000060:
 

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I have recently purchased a Mitsubishi mt 20 fd tractor for getting some stuff done around the house.. I am pretty mechanically inclined, but when it comes to hydraulics, I am totally lost. The front bucket will slowly raise after jamming the lever up and down several times and when it does move, its jerky. The 3 point on the back, wont move at all. I drained, bled, changed the filter, and filled back up with fresh hydraulic fluid.. and still nothing. I know there is some sort of hydraulic screen inside the casing somewhere.. but I CANNOT figure out where its at. Any ideas where it may be located at? Somebody please help!:00000060:
 

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I realize this thread is from 2013 but out of curiosity did you ever locate the hydraulic filter on your MT20?
If so where is it located?
 

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The hydraulic screen is located inside of the front edge of the right rear tire. Square metal cap with four bolts on the forward section of the rear differential.
 
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