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Power Steering question

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02-10-2008 09:40:12

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This picture is of the steering section of my D-15. The D-17 is the same. I have a leak where the Y section (don't know what that is called)attached to the power steering reservoir. It is the round hole in the center of the picture. Can this leak be fixed and if so how is the steering section seperated so I can get ot it? I have removed three long bolts from the bottom and the one bolt showing in the top center of the picture and it will not seperate. Is there something else I need to remove before I can get the steering section to seperate?

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02-10-2008 09:59:00

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 Re: Power Steering question in reply to Jrry, 02-10-2008 09:40:12  
This pic is from a D17, but should be similar.

The "Axle Support" or bolster should seperate from the Front Support after the (4) bolts are removed.

The "Y" shaped thing is the steering arm which is held on to the steering shaft with a roll pin.

There is a seal behind it. It's probably made of leather. If no AGCO dealer nearby, just go to a bearing house and they'll should be able to fix you up.


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02-11-2008 06:47:22

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 Re: Power Steering question in reply to Gatz, 02-10-2008 09:59:00  
thanks GATZ, that's what I needed to know.

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02-10-2008 09:44:06

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 Re: Power Steering question in reply to Jrry, 02-10-2008 09:40:12  
The Y section in the above post looks more like a T. The radius arms attach to it on the other end. thanks

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