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'63 Ford 2000 power steering

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Robert in TN

06-01-2003 18:25:29

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I got a '63 Ford 2000 last year, runs great but I really havent gotten very acquainted with it. Anyway I was mowing last week and ran over a limb that flipped up and broke one of the hydraulic lines at the fitting for the power steering hyrdaulic cylinder on the right side. Fluid was spraying all over so I lost a good bit of it. I can fix the fitting fairly easily (famous last words), but I havent seen a fluid reservoir. I dont have the tractor here, so I havent really had a chance to look very closely. I know the power steering pump is on the steering column under the hood, I saw that, but didnt see any place to add fluid. Also what type of fluid do I need? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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06-02-2003 02:45:29

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 Re: '63 Ford 2000 power steering in reply to Robert in TN, 06-01-2003 18:25:29  
Real Ford/New Holland: 1 Operator Manual 2 Repair Manual 3 Parts Manual

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06-01-2003 20:34:45

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 Re: '63 Ford 2000 power steering in reply to Robert in TN, 06-01-2003 18:25:29  
Your pump is located on the right side front,right behind the radiator.Should have a large round cap you remove to add fluid.NH recommends 134D hydraulic fluid.Fill to about 5/8" from top.

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