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Actual "testing" of the hydraulic pump's condition amounts to measuring the flow (GPM) and pressure under load. This can be done pretty effectively through a remote valve, provided your tractor is equipped with one. If not the process becomes more complicated and will require items most people wouldn't have readily available, plus a working knowledge of the system in general.
 

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An internal pump in reasonably good working order will deliver six or seven gallons per minute at 2000 PSI. It's only capable of eight GPM under ideal conditions.
 
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