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Volvo ECR38 hydraulic leak

Discussion in 'Excavators' started by joeyc, Oct 23, 2019.

  1. joeyc

    joeyc New Member

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    Hello I have a volvo ecr38 leaking hydraulic fluid from an electric wire connection that is plugged into a hydraulic line I need to replace the small black electrical piece but cant figure out what it is. The leak is dripping from the black piece connected to the steele line. Any help is appreciated thank you
     

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  2. Ben Witter

    Ben Witter Well-Known Member

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    You need to back up a couple feet and take another picture to give perspective of where the sensor/switch is.

    Also would be wise to give the model variant and sn of the machine.
     
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  3. uffex

    uffex Senior Member

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    Good day Joe
    That is a pressure switch if you can get the details from the switch you may be able to source from a local dealer..
    Kind regards
    Uffex
     
  4. joeyc

    joeyc New Member

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    Good day Joe
    That is a pressure switch if you can get the details from the switch you may be able to source from a local dealer..
    Kind regards
    Uffex


    Thank you very much i located the correct part you were a tremendous help