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case 4690 reer steering problem update

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high spirits

05-17-2011 00:12:35




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Thank to all with the help u have been giving me! I checked cylinders and all is good. I remaved the checkvalve block and had took it apart and clean it and installed new o-ring an it is way better now. I can travel down road and do not have to correct steering it will stay straight.My only issue now is when u put it in 2 wheel steer it is a little of on way i can turn the pots in the cab and make them perfect and it stays there and whil in the field if im in 4 wheel steer it seems like when turn to the right and then staight it will b a little of and if u steer it to a little left about half way and then back straight it will straigten up. When u turn to left then back straight it will be inline with front. Im thinking that the front sensor has a dead spot in it. What do you all think? Thanks and sorry to not post in awhile i have been very busy and havn't had a chance to grt back on here.

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mark in boonville ny

05-17-2011 09:45:02




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 Re: case 4690 reer steering problem update in reply to high spirits, 05-17-2011 00:12:35  
my 4490 has the same problem with steering that your tractor had before you fixed and steering works good 1 way but goes real slow the other way.



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05-17-2011 07:37:16




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 Re: case 4690 reer steering problem update in reply to high spirits, 05-17-2011 00:12:35  
Thanks for the update. My 4490 does similar when you turn just a little left like it could have an open spot. Tom



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