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Re: Oliver 770 Power Steering problems

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J. Schwiebert

07-15-2013 08:52:53

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First of real quick like, going to combine here. Check the pump first, also remember a leaking relief valve in the pump will act just like a worn out pump. You are going to need a 2000 PSI gauge some fittings and a shut off valve plus some other small stuff. Got a phone number? J.

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07-15-2013 10:36:12

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 Re: Oliver 770 Power Steering problems in reply to J. Schwiebert, 07-15-2013 08:52:53  
Ok, so I am assuming what I am going to need to do is basically construct a pressure testing gauge to place in the line correct?

I see a 0-5000psi Hydraulic pressure testing gauge at Fleet farm...assuming that's what I'd need. Next question is how do I splice that into the line and then where in the line to I put it?

Assuming the valve goes on the back side of it so I can turn the wheel to make the pump push and then watch to see what the pressure gauge does when the valve is closed?

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07-21-2013 06:44:54

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 Re: Oliver 770 Power Steering problems in reply to pcastleberg, 07-15-2013 10:36:12  
Ok got the valve setup done with a pressure (3000 psi max) gauge.
Started the tractor and closed the valve...the needle didn't even move, it pushes the ps fluid through when the valve is open but very slowly.
So what next? Does that mean the pump is shot? If so where do I look to get a new pump?
This post was edited by pcastleberg at 06:45:33 07/21/13.

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07-15-2013 09:05:16

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 Re: Oliver 770 Power Steering problems in reply to J. Schwiebert, 07-15-2013 08:52:53  
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