Hydraulics Troubleshooting

This topic contains 2 replies and was last updated by jim-owen 8 years 12 months ago
September 21st, 2012 9:29pm
I have just received information on a new course for Hydraulic Troubleshooting from a person I have taken courses from before. I am now retired or else I would be jumping on it.

If any of you think you have good to above average skills and background knowledge in hydraulics, you should investigate this.


Talk to your employers. They may help you out with something like this. It may also be deductible from your taxes. Hydraulic skills are a great thing to have. So few mechanics have enough.
May 26th, 2013 11:14am
I have facing exactly same problem. The process of troubleshooting should always begin with checking and eliminating the easy things first. The benefits of this approach are clearly illustrated by a recent troubleshooting situation. The machine in question had a complex hydraulic system, the heart of which comprised two engines driving 10 pumps. Six of the pumps were variable displacement units and four of these had electronic horsepower control.

Hope it works !!!

Rachel !!!
June 4th, 2013 3:58am
Jim, I have been reading a lot of your replies. You are very knowledgeable and I enjoy reading your responses. You said that you know this person offering this course? I have a hard time spending this kind of money on a online course. But if you say its good, I am seriously thinking about it. I would love to attend a hydraulic or a electric/ electronic troubleshooting course at a local collage but nothing like this is offered. This might be the solution.


Reply to: Hydraulics Troubleshooting