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D19 Steering

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03-29-2012 04:53:51

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Looking at a D19 diesel with a loader. With front wheels on ground it will turn one way but not the other. If you raise front end with loader it will turn both ways. Any ideas on how to repair will be appreciated. doorman

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03-29-2012 17:28:13

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 Re: D19 Steering in reply to doorman, 03-29-2012 04:53:51  
Might also be a collapsed hose, on one side. Colliflower makes good replacements, if you bring them the old one!

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Harry in Ky

03-29-2012 07:09:14

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 Re: D19 Steering in reply to doorman, 03-29-2012 04:53:51  
These tractors had marginal steering to begin with. Worked OK in the open field, but adding a loader and close quarters operation was a bit of a stretch. Sounds like your tractor may have a bit too much play in the operating mechanism that controls the valve. Could be a worn shaft, pin, coupler,or something, that allows steering to operate manually before activating the valve in the one direction. Could also be as simple as a loose nut on the input steering shaft. The entire mechanism is in the front support housing under the radiator. If you watch the steering shaft where it enters the valve while someone turns the wheel back an forth with engine off, you will see the shaft move in and out as it rotates back and forth. This movement is the stroke of the valve, and if the nut gets loose enough it can cause exactly what you describe. Look in the online parts book at the pages labeled "front support, power steering", and "valve, power steering control".
This shows all the parts involved.

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