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2510 steering valve. Attn: Tim S

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06-14-2020 15:45:41

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I had a problem with my steering valve, turned hard to the left and pulled the engine down. You replied and are highly recommended but I have a question. I wasn't sure if the valve or the steering motor on the pedestal was bad. I disconnected the hydraulic lines in front of the radiator, clamped hoses from the top lines to a bucket and started the engine. The steering wheel turned to the right on its own and dumped about a gallon of oil in the bucket then everything felt normal. I turned the steering wheel back and forth several times, shut off the engine and reconnected the hydraulic lines. Now everything seems to work fine with the steering, enough so I could cultivate my sweet corn. What happened? Stuck valve or something? I expect the problem will return and I'm wondering if there is anything I can do to prevent that. Thanks.

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06-14-2020 16:21:41

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 Re: 2510 steering valve. Attn: Tim S in reply to catskinner65, 06-14-2020 15:45:41  
The little flush that you did may have purged some stuff out of the valve,, all you can do is run it and hope for the best.

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