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michwilly1
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2015-11-03          194008


Yes I have a 580c Case and a repair shop worked on the steering to the toon of $1600 and walked away with it not working but I knew it works and did get it working but after only 7 hours blew the main power in hose to the steering box and like before it's not working well I tried lots of things that weren't in the book last time and really don't know why it worked ?

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kthompson
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2015-11-04          194010


First welcome to TP and I like the description of where you live! Same here.

To me the obvious items which should have been checked are: fluid level, filters, pump supply and pressure, the steering cylinder(s), the steering control valve and verify the correct oil in system. Also no water in oil nor air leak in the suction side.

But the not working properly, can you give a better description? Does it do it all the time? Does it change as the tractor gets hot? What is it doing?

Just thinking, have you jacked up the front axle and checked to see if the steering is binding? You have one of the front wheels not turning as they should creating extra pressure on the system. I would think the hoses are rather straight forward however having worked with a heavy equipment company we would have the steering systems, controlled by a hyd motor and if hosed wrong the wheel would spin very fast and with major power (ripped a person arm off, so be careful) but think there was one way it worked but poorly. Man that has been 30 plus years ago. Check the full steering system to be sure all hoses are connected to the proper port.

Then there is possible blockage in a hose. Have a blessed day. kt ....

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michwilly1
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2015-11-04          194014


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Originally Posted by kthompson | view 194010
First welcome to TP and I like the description of where you live! Same here.To me the obvious items which should have been checked are: fluid level, f ...

Well has a new ps pump and a few new hoses but PS doesn't work with the wheels in the air and motor off turns R&L no problem I remember exactly what I did before but that is not in the book at all ... ....

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michwilly1
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2015-11-04          194015


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Originally Posted by kthompson | view 194010
First welcome to TP and I like the description of where you live! Same here.To me the obvious items which should have been checked are: fluid level, f ...


Yes to all I had it working but blew a hoseiI fixed it once but was looking for a different fix than mine not in the book ... ....

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michwilly1
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2015-11-04          194016


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First welcome to TP and I like the description of where you live! Same here.To me the obvious items which should have been checked are: fluid level, f ...



Thanks every thing is in place and bleed correctly ? ....

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2015-11-06          194018


It was working and a hose blew and not working since is my understanding. First is why did the hose blow? Do you have any idea? Could it have been defect in hose or pressure too high on the hose? Only reasons I know pressure could be too high is pressure setting is not right or relief valve not working. Not likely the new pump is pumping higher enough pressure to blow the hose is it?

It is possible when the hose blew a piece of that hose was blown into the system.

If you are sure all hoses are routed to correct fitting and you find no restriction in a hose it must be pump, valve or such issue. Guess it could be steering cylinder(s).

Possible a hose is being pinched when using the tractor?

I hooked up cylinder on my boom mower the other day and it would not work other than just a tiny bit. Started off with more movement and got less and less and I worked it. I looked and looked trying to find what was binding it. It is connected with quick disconnects and finally realized I have it hooked to two different valves. Realized it only when the other cyl that was suppose to be disconnected still worked some.

Do give full details of how it is working and hope an expert will chime in. More details the better. ....

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Art White
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2015-11-09          194030


They are self bleeding with the operation of the steering system. ....

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