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434 International steering problem

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Glen Wentzell

02-20-2007 17:39:47
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I have a 1968 International 434 Diesle tractor. When it is a very cold day,,or anytime in winter,when first started up ,the tractor is very hard to steer.It just seems as though the steering is locked!Actually today i was plowing ,and had to let it set and idle at least 15 min ,just to steer it a bit.After an hour of working it,it seems to steer pretty well.What is causing this hard steering from cold startup?...I actually seen a bit of fluid seeping from around the front of the dash,,about the place where the steering is...last fall.It dosnt seem to be now......thanks.

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dds-inc

02-20-2007 17:52:25
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 Re: 434 International steering problem in reply to Glen Wentzell, 02-20-2007 17:39:47  
could be frozen condensation in the lines...or too thick of an oil... or just a really really cold day which it is perfectly normal to let a tractor warm up!



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Glen Wentzell

02-20-2007 18:54:39
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 Re: 434 International steering problem in reply to dds-inc, 02-20-2007 17:52:25  
Yea,,could be.Ill have to wait till the weather warms up to have a look..meanwhile,ill just have to let it sit and warm up.
Also,i forgot to meantion this ....the steering wheel seems to spin around a lot...started doing this last winter.It used to be very tight steering ,,now it is very loose,and as i say the steering wheel spins about all the way around to just turn the wheel a bit.The bearing cap at the base of the steering wheel is lose.this was supposed to have new bearings,or bushing installed a couple years ago....seems odd.Thanks.

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richard in nz

02-21-2007 02:17:33
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 Re: 434 International steering problem in reply to Glen Wentzell, 02-20-2007 18:54:39  
Mine did just the same, the steering box had a load of water in it, the gearbox was as bad.



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