the control unit. Note the position of each
hose with respect to the control unit. Plug or
cap all hoses and fittings.
e. Remove the dashboard mounting screws.
Lower the dashboard.
f. Remove the two (2) control unit mounting
capscrews. Support the control unit in back of
g. Carefully remove the control unit (see
DISASSEMBLY OF STEERING CONTROL
9-41. If there is a functional problem or
leakage at the control end of the unit only, the
disassembly of the control end of the unit only
will be required and it is generally advisable to
leave the metering section assembled.
9-43. For any disassembly, an extremeIy clean
9-42. If a complete tear down and reassembly
bench area is necessary. Do not use shop
of the control is planned, clean all paint and
clothes or cotton waster to wipe or clean the
parts. The lint deposited by these can cause
p o i n t s of separation. This is extremely
leaks or disrupt proper function. The clean
important at the meter end of the control so
inside surface or a corrugated container is an
that no paint flakes or particles will enter these
adequate assembly surface. Assembly is
closely fitted parts as they are being
generally easier and more satisfactory with
reassembled. To clean the control adequately,
clean dry parts. After parts are rinsed clean in
first plug all four ports then wire brush around
the meter area and rinse and blow away all