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power steering fittings on 800

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10-21-2009 05:07:20

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Put new hoses on PS pump and have had leaks around the banjo fittings that screw into pump. Retorqued them and still leaks even when not running.

Any Ideas? I put new "copper" washers under the fittings (old ones looked like brass).


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10-21-2009 12:28:42

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 Re: power steering fittings on 800 in reply to INCase, 10-21-2009 05:07:20  
Sounds like the threads aren't matching. Or the ones in the pump are partially worn or stripped. Just an idea.

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El Toro

10-21-2009 07:38:56

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 Re: power steering fittings on 800 in reply to INCase, 10-21-2009 05:07:20  
I rub those copper washers over a fine flat file
before installing them on brake caliphers. They use 2 washers, one on the outside & one on the inside. Hal

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10-21-2009 07:58:46

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 Re: power steering fittings on 800 in reply to El Toro, 10-21-2009 07:38:56  
I do have 2 washers, one on each side. Didn't file them though. Tempted to put the old brass ones back in. May try filing 1st.

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10-21-2009 05:39:48

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 Re: power steering fittings on 800 in reply to INCase, 10-21-2009 05:07:20  
what kind of hoses did you use? if it's like a 900 they are auto ps type fittings and not hydraulic even though hyd. hoses will thread in to them.

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10-21-2009 07:57:33

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 Re: power steering fittings on 800 in reply to dboll, 10-21-2009 05:39:48  
THey are the automotive style. Had to hunt for someone that had them. I believe "most" of the leakage is coming from the banjo fittings that go into the pump.

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