it should be in the tank but check the parts and service books for the hydraulic unit. it may involve removing the front cover of the hydro unit if its similar to the type 44. this will mean a new gasket and fresh oil which i would be changing anyway as it has bits of metal and other ($#%&) stuff in it why use dirty oil and stuff the new parts.
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