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D-15 industrial steering problems

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03-03-2012 16:42:16

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while driving the steering slowley steered to the right and the pressure relief on the pump started to pop off and the belts to the pump started squeeling. Right before that it started to get hard to steer to the left. I checked the fluid and hoses every thing looks to be ok. Don"t quite know the theroy of operation with all the hoses and canister. Can any one help.
It is a D-15 tractor with a Henery loader and backhoe that is paited yellow.

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03-03-2012 18:10:07

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 Re: D-15 industrial steering problems in reply to Awm, 03-03-2012 16:42:16  
Might be a lot of things, from dirt in the system, to a metal hose end crimped, or a hose collapsed on the inside, where you can't see it. If you have checked the fluid reservoir, in front of the radiator (series 2), or the reservoir, on the side of the motor (series 1), then I would start checking hoses, and while the system is open, check the pump, to see if it is locked.

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03-05-2012 17:25:18

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 Re: D-15 industrial steering problems in reply to DiyDave, 03-03-2012 18:10:07  
Thanks for the direction. I have taken he pump off and inspected it as will as the pop off and coupling. The pump tolerences are tight. The fluid is Type A and looks like the day I put it in nice red and clean. I never thought about the hoses they are still original. If I under stood how the flow of fluid transfer the power to steer it and what role the control valve plays it might be easier to diagonse. That is about the only thing I havn't had apart on this machine. It is a series 2.

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