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Re: 4500 backhoe steering problems

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missouri massey man

04-26-2013 09:50:14
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It has a seal on the shaft that when leaking will leak the PS fluid into the engine crankcase. When you filled it did you fill up to the proper level? It must be filled until its at the opening of the fill cap. When running with the fill cap off you should see oil flow in a radial pattern all around the filter. Is the filter installed and is it new? Are you using the proper fluid ? Did the problem just surface all of a sudden or has it slowly been getting worse? If you changed the seal and if you are losing oil to the crankcase, the shaft is worn at the point of contact with the seal. I know you said no leaks, but didn't verify if the oil level is lowering or not....Just thinking out loud. If all is good on the peripherals, you may just have a worn out pump.

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debra.lyons@att.net

04-26-2013 18:02:06
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 Re: 4500 backhoe steering problems in reply to missouri massey man, 04-26-2013 09:50:14  
Thanks for your reply, it seems that I just don't have the presure that it needs from the pump, is there anyway that you can check the presure that it needs to have thur the cylinder to turn the wheels, when I jack the front wheels off the ground the power steering seems to trun the wheels great but when the wheels are on the ground you can hardly turn them, no leaks, fluid is staying to the rim when you open the lid on the pump, and it doesn't seem to have air in it. Can you give me any ideas to where I could get a pump with out have to spend 800 on it thanks again

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trac1

06-02-2013 07:12:14
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 Re: 4500 backhoe steering problems in reply to debra.lyons@att.net, 04-26-2013 18:02:06  
As Missouri Massey Man has suggested you ought to do a pressure check to see what the pump is putting out. As he stated, you may just have a worn out pump. You should be able to source a pump for less than $800.00, dependent on which style you have. IIRC that tractor needed about 1250psi on the pressures for the p/s pump.



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