a. Wet o-rings (2, 3, 7 and 11) in hydraulic oil
or other lubricant and install them in their
respective grooves. Install the new wiper (12).
a. Remove the snap rings (9) and (10).
b. Slide the gland and the piston over the
b. Remove the hydraulic fittings from the
rod. Install the piston nut.
rod end of the cylinder (8).
c. Push the piston (4) and rod (5) into the
NOTE: Turn the cylinder with the ports down
body to the end of the stroke.
so that the hydraulic oil can run out of
the cylinder into a container.
d. Install the gland (6) making sure that the
fitting hole in the gland aligns with the hole in
c. Extract the piston (4), rod (5) and gland
e. Install the snap rings (9 and 10) and the
d. Remove the piston nut (1) and slide the
piston (4) and gland (6) off the rod (5).
9-55. CLEANING AND INSPECTION.
a. Position the cylinder in place and install
a. Clean all parts in solvent.
the mounting pins.
b. Check for scratches, grooves and metal
b. Install the anchor pins and the capscrews
particles in the shell. If metal particles are
f o u n d , check hydraulic oil and filter for
c o n t a m i n a t i o n . Change oil and filter if
c. Attach the hydraulic lines to the cylinder.
Be careful to keep dirt out of the system.
c. Remove minor scratches and grooves with
d. Lubricate both pins with multi-purpose
fine sandpaper and solvent.
d. Replace any defective part where the
e. Run the engine and replenish oil in the
defect cannot be removed without causing
hydraulic tank to the top of the sight gauge.
further Impairment or defect.
9-58. STEERING HYDRAULIC TANK.
e. Clean the mounting pin bushings. Replace
bushings If necessary.
9-60. The steering system hydraulic tank is
NOTE: Use new o-rings and wiper.
located under the radiator in the frame. The