TRUCK SERVICE MANUAL
Wheel steering hard in one
Broken reversing springs in steering
Replaces reversing springs
11. Wheel steering hard in one or both
a. Metal or foreign material caught in
Remove actuating valve, clean and
actuating valve. Actuating valve worn
check parts for damage. If damage is
or chipped by dirt.
excessive, replace with actuating
piston and valve assembly
b. Bent or damaged king pins and tie
Repair or replace king pins and tie
rods. Refer to servicing instructions.
c. Front end load too great for rated
Lighten load or install larger steering
d. Fatigued bypass valve spring in
Replace with flow control valve
assembly. Refer to pump servicing
12. Hard steering
a. Loose belts.
Tighten or replace belts
b. Worn pulley(s) due to belt slippage.
Replace pulley(s) and belts (keep belt
c. Improper belt
Replace with IH replacement part.
d. Low oil level in steering system..
Fill oil reservoir as required.
e. Air in system.
Bleed system and check for cause of
Correct to "Specifications."