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Re: 1958 Model 1841:

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09-01-2013 18:55:05

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Makes sense, thanks, Bern. I looked it over again today in full daylight. There's a lot more plumbing on that darned thing than I realized. I'm not sure what all is inside the steering column and if that area is susceptible to much trouble. It sure has plenty of lines running into it. At least the pump is right out there to see. It's turning over nothing bound up that way. I'll see if I can find which is the output, crack the line and crank it over. I wonder if the PS system has a filter anywhere?? Dennis

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09-01-2013 20:20:04

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 Re: 1958 Model 1841: in reply to DennisT, 09-01-2013 18:55:05  
Just because the pulley is turning doesn't mean that a key or gear inside did not shear. Given that you said it was working fine one moment, and then not at all, this is a distinct possibility.

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09-01-2013 22:09:15

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 Re: 1958 Model 1841: in reply to Bern, 09-01-2013 20:20:04  
Yes, I understand that and agree. I suppose I could remove the pump and attempt to tear it down myself. Never done one before. OR, find a shop to do it.


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09-02-2013 07:46:20

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 Re: 1958 Model 1841: in reply to DennisT, 09-01-2013 22:09:15  
Crack the pressure line first and crank the engine. If it sprays out fluid, I would keep looking for a problem elsewhere.

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