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'96 425 steering valve to steel hyd. line connection
|Jamo Jones||Hi Folks,
New to this board & have a question. My 425 popped the steel line off the steering valve. Facing the valve from the front, it's the lower right line. Looks to me as though it may have pulled free from the valve, as I can see a line where it used to be when it was fully poked? Are these some sort of a press fit? I'm hoping to get it fixed ASAP so I can finish blowing snow.
BTW: I'm in upstate NY & we keep getting hammered with the Lake Effect snow. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
|Hoss||The line is probably broken off. I have replaced these lines on 455's before. They have a lip on them to hold an oring, a plate with two bolts hold the lines in. Vibration is usually the culprit. I think the new lines are improved.
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