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|John||I found the problem! I had the bottom seal on the steering shaft upside down. The spring on the bottom seal needs to be facing up. The spring on the top seal of the steering shaft needs to be facing down.
After I put it all back together and fired it up, workes great. Don't forget to purge the air by slowly turning the wheel full left and right making sure you keep ps fluid full in pump. I had also checked the larger o rings in the ps piston adapter and I had one little nick on one. Didn't think it would do harm but had replaced it while I was in there.
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