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Re: MF180 Power Steering Pump

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DavidP, South Wales

10-12-2012 12:03:25

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Hi, I had a UK 165 recently where the pump was running 'hot'. You could actually see steam coming off it when hot. The answer in this instance was to change the filter. Its something that usually gets forgotten about when all the others are changed. On this side of the pond there are two different size filters and will probably be the same your side. Measure it up before ordering.
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10-12-2012 18:06:51

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 Re: MF180 Power Steering Pump in reply to DavidP, South Wales, 10-12-2012 12:03:25  
Thanks, the filter was changed last fall, but all the foam from fluid mixing with air might have plugged it. I don't know if it always runs hot, because I never needed to touch it. If I can find my gauge and fittings I will check it to see if pressure releif valve is working. doorman

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DavidP, South Wales

10-13-2012 02:13:41

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 Re: MF180 Power Steering Pump in reply to doorman, 10-12-2012 18:06:51  
Hi, what oil are you using? This side of the pond it should be ATF- Automatic Transmission Fluid. There is an alternative for you which is a non-foaming transmission oil but I don't the spec.

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