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Old 10-30-2003, 10:56 AM
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Make sure the p/s discharge hose that goes directly to the rack
is not pulled up or twisted upwards. If that line is too tight,
the movement of the engine will work the fitting loose on the pump causing a leak. Make sure there is as much slack in the hose as possible and if is not catching on anything.
I see this often.
Dr.D
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