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TM 5-4210-233-14&P-1 5-39.  STEERING GEAR-Continued NOTE Valve sleeves are identified and matched to a right or left hand lead of the worm screw. If the screw has a right hand thread (that is, goes into the rack piston when turned clockwise), the valve sleeve will have the letter "R" stamped between the seal lands. For a left hand worm lead (which will come out of the rack piston when turned clock- wise) the mating valve sleeve has no identifying letter or has the letter "L" stamped between the seal lands. (28) Maintain pressure on the valve end of the valve housing (35) to insure continued engagement of the drive lugs and thrust bearing package. While maintaining pressure, rotate the valve housing to align the poppet adjusting screw (34) with the poppet (58) in the rack piston (46). Continue pressure, and rotate the input shaft to bring the valve housing into contact with the gear housing face. (29) Assemble four valve housing bolts (36), 2.125 in. (53.98 mm) long, into the housing (18) and torque to 150-170 ft. Ibs (203-230 N.m) if dry or 108-128 ft Ibs. (146-174 N.m) if lubricated. WARNING Use  care  in  securely  staking  the  retainer  (24)  into  the  sector shaft   slots.   A   retainer   that   is   broken   or   cracked   during   the staking  procedure  must  be  replaced  as  it  could  result  in  the sector   shaft   not   being   retained   and   the   loss   of   manual   and power steering control. (30) If the adjusting screw (8) has been removed from the sector shaft (2), clamp the sector shaft into a soft-faced vise by gripping the serrated end. Coat the expanded end of the new adjusting screw with wheel bearing grease (Item 53, Appendix E) and insert into recess in end of sector shaft. Thread a new sector shaft screw retainer (24) into the sector shaft and adjust to permit free rotation of sector shaft adjusting screw by hand without perceptible end play [.000 to .002 in. (.05 mm) loose]. Stake the new retainer into the two slots provided using a suitable punch and again check freedom of adjusting screw movement and end play. CAUTION Use  only  wheel  bearing  grease.  This  bearing  is  sealed  and  will receive   no   lubrication   from   the   hydraulic   fluid   in   the   gear. Failure  to  use  wheel  bearing  grease  could  result  in  premature bearing wear. (31) Apply a generous amount of clean wheel bearing grease (Item 53, Appendix E) to the bearing race or caged bearing assembly inside the side cover (15). 5-231

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