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POWER STEERING GEAR REPLACEMENT - TM-5-4210-229-14P_302
TM5-4210-229-14&P Section XXV.  MAINTENANCE OF POWER STEERING SYSTEM Para Para. General ..................................................... 4-179 Power Steering Pump Replacement ......... 4-183 Pitman Shaft Seal Replacement  .............. 4-182 Power Steering System Service  ............... 4-180 Power Steering Gear Replacement ........... 4-181 4-179.  GENERAL This   section   contains   information   on   the   maintenance   of   the   power   steering   system   that   are   maintainable   at   the Organizational level. 4-180.  POWER STEERING SYSTEM SERVICE. This task covers:  Service INITIAL SET-UP Tools Materials/Parts General Mechanics Tool Kit Power Steering Fluid (Appendix D, Item 19) SERVICE a. Run engine until power steering fluid reaches normal operating temperature, approximately 170° F (80°  C), then shut engine off. Remove reservoir filler cap (1) and check oil level on dipstick (2). b. If oil level is low, add power steering fluid (Appendix D, Item 19) to proper level and replace filler cap (1). c. When checking fluid level after the steering system has been serviced, air must be bled from the system. (1)  With  wheels  turned  all  the  way  to  the  left  add power  steering  fluid  (Appendix  D,  Item  19)  to level indicated on dipstick (2). (2) Start engine, and running at idle, recheck fluid level. Add fluid if necessary. (3)  Bleed  system  by  turning  wheels  from  side  to side  without  hitting  stops.  Maintain  fluid  level so it is just visible in the reservoir.  Fluid with air    in    it    will    have    a    light    tan    or    milky appearance.  This  air  must  be  eliminated  from fluid   before   normal   steering   action   can   be obtained. (4) Return wheels to center position and continue to run engine  for  two  or  three  minutes,  then  shut  engine off. (5)  Road-test  vehicle  to  make  sure  steering  functions normally and is free from noise. (6) Recheck fluid level as described in steps a and b. 4-195

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