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INSPECTION - TM-5-4210-220-12_608
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REPAIR (cont) - TM-5-4210-220-12_610
TM 5-4210-220-12 4-25.  STEERING SYSTEM - Continued 4-25.6  Power Steering Gear - Continued (2) Turn the relief valve plunger (A) or (B) in or  out  until  the  high-pressure  hiss  starts when  a  clearance  of  approximately  3/16 in.  (4.5  mm)  can  be  measured  between axle stops (1). NOTE Turning the plunger in will increase   the   space   between   the axle  stops.    Turning  the  plunger out   will   decrease   the   clearance. Do    not    turn    the    plungers    out beyond   flush   with   plunger   boss or leakage will occur. (3) Repeat  steps  1  and  2  at  other  steering limit. REPAIR a. Pitman Arm Repair. NOTE Steering gear removed from truck. WARNING To prevent a serious accident, do not  weld  or  apply  excessive  heat to   pitman   arm   or   output   shaft. Welding or excessive heating may lead    to    component    failure    and loss of steering control. (1) Remove   capscrew   (1),   lockwasher   (2), and spilt nut (3). (2) Using  a  puller,  remove  pitman  arm  (4) from output shaft. (3) Clean and inspect splines on output shaft. If  these  are  seriously  worn  or  damaged the output shaft must be replaced.  See b. following. (4) Line  up  timing  arrow  on  new  pitman  arm with arrow on output shaft.  Install pitman arm  and  apply  antiseize  compound  (item 3, Appendix E) to output shaft thread and mating  surfaces  of  pitman  arm  and  nut (3). 4-490

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