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Re: Which end up? Power steering ??


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Posted by Royse on September 23, 2012 at 17:15:55 from (69.36.49.151):

In Reply to: Which end up? Power steering ?? posted by GB in MT. on September 22, 2012 at 17:23:38:


TheOldHokie said: (quoted from post at 18:59:55 09/23/12)
Royse said: (quoted from post at 20:23:38 09/22/12) I posted this question and a couple pictures on the Ford forum this morning

but haven't gotten any responses yet.

I'm looking for advice on which way to install the power steering motor on my Jubilee.

I forget the brand name of the PS unit, it's aftermarket, came off an x00, 640 I think.

Ford Forum


It's not a motor - it's a pump. I doubt it makes any operational difference but I would expect the hoses to connect from the bottom. I would not be at all sure it is bi-directional - most pumps are not.

TOH


Thanks TOH, maybe I'm not using the correct term for it.

This is the controlling valve in the power steering unit.

It mounts in the steering column, one hose coming from the pump,

one hose returning to the tank and two going to the cylinder that helps move the steering drag link.

The only diagram I've seen for this thing labeled it a motor, even though it

obviously does not work as one.

This post was edited by Royse at 17:39:52 09/23/12.



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