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power steering cylinder won t grease

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MarkU

09-04-2019 18:58:31




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The bottom power steering cylinder on my 1991 Ford Versatile 846 won t take grease on the anchor near the back of the housing where the shuttle goes back and forth. I tried using the piece that screws onto where the greesezirk goes and tries to force grease through by hitting the pin into the small chamber of grease with a hammer (sorry, I don t know what it is called) and I tried forcing penetrating oil through it. Neither of those solutions worked. Then we tried removing the pin, but it was stuck. After trying to get it out for a day, we gave up. After another round of working the fields, the other bottom power steering cylinder started having the same problem, and it won t take grease. What should I do? What will happen if those points don t get greased?

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MarkU

09-05-2019 08:42:38




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 Re: power steering cylinder won t grease in reply to MarkU, 09-04-2019 18:58:31  
Yes, I replaced the zirk. The tool I tried to force grease through it with screws onto where the grease zirk goes after it is removed. It is similar to the zirk zapper tool that is sold. I will try to heat it. I saw that other people had similar problems with power steering cylinders in other forums, but they didn t mention how they fixed the problem.



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Sean in PA

09-05-2019 07:38:20




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 Re: power steering cylinder won t grease in reply to MarkU, 09-04-2019 18:58:31  
Try replacing the zerk, as pinball suggested, and if it still won't take any grease try slowly heating the entire area with a low temperature torch. Sometimes old grease hardens inside and won't budge unless it's heated up.



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pinball

09-05-2019 05:08:29




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 Re: power steering cylinder won t grease in reply to MarkU, 09-04-2019 18:58:31  
did you put a new grease zerk on it.



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Joe Styke

09-06-2019 13:02:00




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 Re: power steering cylinder won t grease in reply to pinball, 09-05-2019 05:08:29  
Get a Dewalt 10000 lb grease gun and it will take grease.



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