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TM 9-2320-364-34-2 12-12      12-2.  STEERING SYSTEM HYDRAULIC ADJUSTMENT (CONT). d. Front Steering Gear Internal Relief Adjustment. If steering system hydraulic adjustments are not performed in the correct sequence serious damage to equipment will occur. Perform steering system hydraulic adjustment in the following sequence. (1) Start engine. (2) With the aid of an assistant, turn steering wheel all the way to the right, while placing a 1/8 in. steel plate between the stop and hub assembly on Axle No. 1. Do not cramp wheels more than 10 seconds.  Damage to equipment could occur. Do not turn relief plunger out more than even with steering gear cover.  Relief plunger could pop out under pressure causing damage to plunger. (3) Turn the bottom relief plunger (1) on the front steering gear (2) until the supply pressure drops to 500 to 600 psi (3,448 to 4,137 kPa) when cramped. (4) With the aid of an assistant, turn steering wheel all the way to the left, while placing a 1/8 in. piece of steel between the stop and hub assembly on Axle No. 1. (5) Turn the top relief plunger (3) on the front steering gear (2) until the supply pressure drops to 500 to 600 psi (3,448 to 4,137 kPa) when cramped. (6) Shut OFF engine.

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