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Case 530 steering question

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Gary Burns

05-20-2007 11:01:14




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Hi, I own a 1960s case 530 tractor/backhoe. It has power steering but the tie rod fell off and fluid came out of the cylinder by the drivers front tire. I ask the case dealer what kind of fluid to ues, Hydralic or power steering and they didnt know but said they thought it was hydralic. I filled the resavoir but nothing. Is Hydrahic fluid correct? and is there some way top bleed the system? Any help would be appreciated.

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bradley martin

05-23-2007 01:53:14




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 Re: Case 530 steering question in reply to Gary Burns, 05-20-2007 11:01:14  
Either fluid will work fine, At that time, Case specified TCH or Type A ATF as being interchangeable.



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gary Burns

05-24-2007 01:38:44




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 Re: Case 530 steering question in reply to bradley martin, 05-23-2007 01:53:14  
Thanks, I am using hydralic fluid, and will try using the bucket to lift the tires off the ground and turn all the way back and forth. Hope that works, thanks again.



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Phil (Nj,AZ,Sask)

05-20-2007 12:59:00




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 Re: Case 530 steering question in reply to Gary Burns, 05-20-2007 11:01:14  
Gary, I use Hyd Fluid.

Book says to spin manual steering wheel rapidly but if this does not open the "Spool" use the Bucket to Raise the Front End off the Ground, and rapidly by Hand, deflect front wheels right & Left. This Should activate the spool valve

Check Pump level & Fill. Then repeat the steering
wheel spinning / manually moving the wheels Etc
until all the Air is out of the system

Hope This Helps,

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Gary Burns

05-21-2007 01:21:13




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 Re: Case 530 steering question in reply to Phil (Nj,AZ,Sask), 05-20-2007 12:59:00  
Thanks, I will try that. Do you know what fliud to use? Hydralic or power steering fluid?



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