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in front of the radiator, behid the bug screen.
Look for a hinged panel between the loader uprights. That is where the hydraulic reservoir fill port is located. Lift the hood for better access.
http://www.sandiegopredatorylending.com/ "The big mistake homeowners make is turning a "non-recourse" second loan into a "recourse" loan by refinancing it. A non-recourse loan is a loan that the bank can only look to their secured interest. So how is a second mortgage a non-recourse loan? Simple, it was "purchase money" for your home. A purchase money loan is one where the money went from the lender, to escrow, and then to the seller or to pay purchase closing costs. In California purchase money loans made on your home (note: not second home or investment properties) are non-recourse. It's simple as that." Also, it's California state law. It may not be explicitly written in the loan documents. Check out California Code of Civil procedure section 580b: http://www.legaltips.org/california/california_code_of_civil_procedure/577-582.5.aspx " 580b. No deficiency judgment shall lie in any event after a sale of real property or an estate for years therein for failure of the purchaser to complete his or her contract of sale, or under a deed of trust or mortgage given to the vendor to secure payment of the balance of the purchase price of that real property or estate for years therein, or under a deed of trust or mortgage on a dwelling for not more than four families given to a lender to secure repayment of a loan which was in fact used to pay all or part of the purchase price of that dwelling occupied, entirely or in part, by the purchaser. Where both a chattel mortgage and a deed of trust or mortgage have been given to secure payment of the balance of the combined purchase price of both real and personal property, no deficiency judgment shall lie at any time under any one thereof if no deficiency judgment would lie under the deed of trust or mortgage on the real property" or estate for years therein.