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TM 5-4210-220-12 Table 4-2 UNIT TROUBLESHOOTING - Continued MALFUNCTION TEST OR INSPECTION CORRECTIVE ACTION 10a  STEERING HARD IN ONE OR BOTH DIRECTIONS - Continued Step 4.  Check for low oil pressure. a.  Pump losing efficiency, replace or repair pump (see para. 4-25). b.  Hoses crimped, replace, (see para. 4-25). c.  Hoses leaking excessively, replace, (see para. 4-25). d.  Replace pump relief valve, (see para. 4-25). Step 5.  Air in system. Replace pump or suction hose if leaking air to suction side, (see para. 4-25). Step 6.  Drive belts loose. Tighten/replace belts, (see para. 4-25). Step 7.  Check for binding in steering column or shaft. Replace steering column or shaft U-joints, (see para. 4-25). Step 8.  Check wheel alinement. Adjust tie rod ends, (see para. 4-32). Step 9.  Check axle king pins. Refer to Direct Support. Step 10.  Check steering gear actuating valve. Replace steering gear actuating valve and piston, (see para. 4-25). Step 11.  Check reversing springs in steering gear. Replace reversing springs, (see para. 4-25). Step 12.  Check for metal or dirt in relief valve of steering pump. Clean relief valves and seats, (see para. 4-25). 4-44

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