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REPAIR - TM-5-4210-220-12_600
TM 5-4210-220-12 4-25.  STEERING SYSTEM - Continued 4-25.3 Power Steering Pump-Continued REPAIR a. Drive Belt Repair NOTE Replace   drive   belts   in   matched   pairs only.        Uneven    belt    wear    and    short service    life    will    result    if    belts    are replaced   individually   or   in   unmatched pairs. (1) Loosen screws (5 and 6).  Push pump (4) toward engine pulley and remove old belts (7). (2) Install  new  belts  and  tension  by  levering  pump (4)  away  from  engine  pulley.   Tighten  screws  (5 and 6). (3) Check belt tension.  A firm push with the thumb midway between engine and pump pulley should deflect each belt approximately 0.05 inches (1.27 mm).  Adjust pump position as necessary. b. Pressure Relief Valve Repair CAUTION Do  not  repair  relief  valve  (5).    If  faulty, the relief valve must be replaced.  Valve malfunction and potential pump destruction may occur if disassembly is attempted. NOTE Pressure   relief   valve   may   be   replaced without   removing   steering   pump   from truck. (1) Remove plug (1), plug (3), and spring (4). (2) Insert a suitable tool through the bore where plug (1)  is  removed  and  push  relief  valve  (5)  out  of valve cover NOTE Retaining  ring  (2)  can  remain  in  valve cover unless it is damaged.  If removed, be careful not to scratch valve bore. Change 1  4-478

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