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TM-9-2320-364-34-2 Palletized Load System (PLS) M1074/M1075 Manual
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Hydraulic oil
TM 9-2320-364-34-2 12-4      12-2.  STEERING SYSTEM HYDRAULIC ADJUSTMENT (CONT). Do not allow loading valve to remain closed longer than 10 seconds or damage to equipment may result. (8) Slowly close load valve on flow meter. (a) If 3,000 psi 150 psi (20,685 kPa 1,034 kPa) are not present when valve is fully closed, go to Step (9). (b) If 3,000 psi 150 psi (20,685 kPa 1,034 kPa) are present, steering pump adjustment is OK, go to Step (15). (9) Shut OFF engine. Outside hydraulic pump control set screw is factory set and non-adjustable at any level of maintenance. Adjustment of outside hydraulic pump control set screw could result in damage to truck hydraulic system and components.  Adjust inside hydraulic pump control set screw only. (10) Loosen nut (6) on inside hydraulic pump control set screw (7). NOTE Turning hydraulic pump control set screw to the right will increase pump output pressure and turning to the left will decrease pump output pressure.  Each full turn will change the output pressure about 330 psi (2,275 kPa). (11) Turn set screw (7) and adjust steering pump (8) output pressure to 3,000 psi 150 psi (20,685 kPa 1,034 kPa). (12) Tighten nut (6) on set screw (7). (13) Start engine. (14) Verify pressure and make necessary adjustments.  Refer to Steps (6) through (13). (15) Shut OFF engine.

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