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190 hydraulic leak out of steering column

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    Posted: 08 Oct 2019 at 7:30pm
190 has started to leak hydraulic fluid out of the steering column by the steering wheel what is the cause and how bad to repair
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Need new seals in the steering motor.  After 50 years, they may be a little worn out.  I took mine to my local hydraulic shop 2 years ago and haven't had any problems since.  Just remember to label which hydraulic line goes where.
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Getting steering motor out is biggest problem. Don't pull the shaft out.      MACK
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You may be able to get by with a front seal kit for the unit.

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to remove steering motor do you have to take out the whole steering column or can you just get motor out
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Actually the column and shaft is held by 4 bolts to the steering valve. The shaft splines into the valve. The seal is in the top cap of the valve. The valve will have to be removed from the column. The tilt pivot is on the column.
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Take the top cover off the hood so you can look in and take the right side panels off too so you can reach up in there.  There are four bolts that you take out, the steering column and wheel stay on the tractor. You will have to take the dash gauge panel loose so you can get at some of the bolts from above. You can get a wrench on a couple from underneath..  Like said, don't mix up the hoses.   Once the unit is out  you can change the quad ring and outer seal by removing the 12 point bolts in front casting.. 
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