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860 POWER STEERING PROBLEM.

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SCOTT DONALDSON

10-05-2004 12:01:58




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I HAVE 860 FORD WITH AFTER MARKET POWER STEERING. THE PROBLEM HAPPENED SUDDENLY. WHEN THE WHEEL IS TURNED TO THE LEFT, THE CYLINDER WANTS TO TURN IT TO THE RIGHT AND VICE VERSA.ALSO THERE HAS BEEN A HUMMING NOISE AND SMALL VIBRATION WHEN TURNING PRIOR TO THIS BUT MAINLY WHEN TRACTOR IS COLD. HAS ANYONE EVER ENCOUNTERED THIS AND IF SO WHATS GOING ON AND HOWS IT FIXED AND ESTIMATED COSTS. I'VE TALKED TO MECHANICS AND REPAIR SHOPS ABOUT IT AND THEY HAVE NEVER SEEN THIS BEFORE.

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Roland Jackson

10-05-2004 16:02:02




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 Re: 860 POWER STEERING PROBLEM. in reply to SCOTT DONALDSON, 10-05-2004 12:01:58  
Hi Scott,

Is your power steering unit the one made in Turkey? It sounds like the steering cylinder you have is a slave cylinder with the controls in the base. If so, I can help you. From what you have written, I am almost sure that the cylinder controller is in need of adjustment. Call me and I can walk you through it.

Also, I have received several emails from the fellow who makes those steering units in Turkey. In fact, he called me one morning. So, if we don"t have any luck getting your unit to work, then I will try sending him an email for help. He is a real nice fellow, but a bit hard to understand. I am sure that he would be willing to help.

Several days ago, I received an email ad from his company, so I know they are still in business.

Anyway, I will do what I can to help you.

Best Wishes, Roland Jackson

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10-05-2004 16:07:45




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 Re: 860 POWER STEERING PROBLEM. in reply to Roland Jackson, 10-05-2004 16:02:02  
My phone number is 620-357-6546.



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