Posted by gunther9 on November 16, 2012 at 14:28:56 from (184.108.40.206):
Trying to get my actuating sleeve apart and this thing has no set screw as mentioned in the SM2016 manual. The middle and bottom picture show the two holes that line up with the access hole. It looks like a plug and not a screw. I can't pull the actuating sleeve out of the housing.
The original problem was turning to the left without any shaft input, I moved the housing slightly to cure that, then had no power assist turning left, turning right worked normally so here I am trying to get this thing apart. With weight off the wheels and engine off everything turns freely, power assist is the same with or without weight on the wheels as near as I can tell.
Any ideas about why there would be no set screw and how to get the sleeve out?
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