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MF 202. A .quick info please
|NCMau||I removed the power steering hoses from the valve awhile back. Now I just can't remember which is the pressure side of the steering valve. The pic is the left side of the tractor when the operator is seated. My manual doesn't show it and I hate to cross the two lines by mistake. I don't know what would happen if I do that, probably nothing good.
I think I left the picture out.
|tomboy||You might try cranking the engine without starting it, and see which port puts out oil.
|paul||seems to be difficult to find parts for my tractor. do i have an oddball tractor here?
|B||Does your tractor have a hydraulic oil level stick?
|B||Does your tractor have a loader?
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