Re: 4020 makes sudden pull to the right in reply to Larry in WNY, 11-11-2013 09:31:36
Larry, it"s usually the steering motor, down front, when the seals get worn the pressure that normally holds every thing tight leaks off causing a void or low pressure in one of the cylinder sides this lets the wheel dart one way or the other, it won"t show up as much in the field because you are correcting your steering more often and this compensates for the leak off. Deere offers a re-seal kit but they don"t include the large lower seal in the kit,it"s not a bad job to repair, when you get around to doing it I will walk you through it with some helpful hints.
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