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D-17 1959 model power stearing problems

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11-16-2003 17:10:14

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Ok, i am begining to think that my AC D-17 is possesed by the devil. I will start it up, and by the slightest touch of the stearing wheel, the stearing wheel, and every thing conected to it down to the wheels them self, will spin to the right, then by the touch of the stearing wheel it will go to the left and back and forth and so on. Any ideas?

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Carl ( Ohio )

11-18-2003 08:44:08

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 Re: D-17 1959 model power stearing problems in reply to David, 11-16-2003 17:10:14  
David I think your problem is in the control valve that is in the steering pedestal where the steering shaft goes in There is a nut that holds the end play of the input shaft and the valve You really need a manual to get the adjustment right Too tight and it wont work and too loose is what you have now You should be able to pick one up at a Tractor Supply near you Carl

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11-17-2003 13:25:09

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 Re: D-17 1959 model power stearing problems in reply to David, 11-16-2003 17:10:14  
i just found out that it will do all of the above, EVEN WITHOUT touching the stearing wheel, i need help FAST

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