That info matches the tractor, except for the power steering. What is on the machine today is a valve body mounted on the end of the steering wheel shaft under the hood. Two hoses connect to what may be a "steering valve body" that has 2 hoses to the hydralic cylinder that moves the tie rod ends and 2 hoses that tie into the main hydralic system that must provide the power. There is no seperate power steering pump. And the power steering does not work. It steers, but w/effort!
- What do people recommend concerning detergent/non-detergent engine oil? An article in Popular Mechanics magazine indicated detergent oil will breakdown the old rubber seals in autos.
- Leaded gas is not available here. What about a lead substitue in the unleaded gasoline? It doesn't get a lot of use, so maybe it is not an issue.
I appreciate any advice so I get started down the right path. Thanks,