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D14 Power Steering

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05-10-2002 18:55:47

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I just replace the ram cylinder in my d14 power steering unit. When I try starting the tractor, the wheels would either turn right or left pretty violently. A few time it would start but the wheels would turn and then die. Does anyone know what my problem could be? I've heard maybe air in the line or the power steering control valve could be bad. Is their a way to check? Any help appreciated.

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05-12-2002 02:18:54

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 Re: D14 Power Steering in reply to Mike, 05-10-2002 18:55:47  
Thanks guys, I'm not sure what fixed it, but I removed the lines, bled and readded fluid. It's possible I could have had the control valve lines crossed. After reinstalling and trying to work the air out, steering is back to normal. Mike

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H.B. Hutchens

05-11-2002 18:55:37

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 Re: D14 Power Steering in reply to Mike, 05-10-2002 18:55:47  
Another possibility i the shims between the control valve and res. if one of the shims is installed to block return of oil to front, the wheels will turn in the direction of the activated control valve. Being a slow learner I think I pulled front 3 time before I dicovered this. H.B.

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05-11-2002 06:55:41

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 Re: D14 Power Steering in reply to Mike, 05-10-2002 18:55:47  
I'd go with the air in the line idea. After starting the tractor, work the steering completely side to side multiple times and see if it clears up. I think it should push the air back to the oil resevoir where it can vent out of the system.

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05-11-2002 18:38:02

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 Re: Re: D14 Power Steering in reply to JMS/MN, 05-11-2002 06:55:41  
Mine did something similiar, turned out I had lines crossed between cylinder and control valve , been awhile but I beleive this was cause. Good Luck.

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