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CHAPTER 15 FRAME AND TOWING ATTACHMENT MAINTENANCE
TM 10-3930-673-20-2
14-10. STEERING SELECT VALVE REPLACEMENT/REPAIR (CONT)
(3)
Connect four hoses (5 through 8) on two
5
10
elbows (9 and 10) and adapters (11 and 12).
9
(4)
Position two gaskets (3) and connectors (2)
26
on steering select valve (4) and tighten two
6
4
captive screws (1).
3
(5)
Connect batteries (Para 8-42).
2
26
(6)
With engine running, select four wheel
steering and cycle steering wheel five times to
bleed air from control valve.
12
e. Testing Steering Select Valve Solenoids.
3
(1)
Loosen two captive screws (1). Tag, mark,
1
11
and remove connector (2) and gasket (3)
8
from solenoid (26) to be tested.
2
7
(2)
Is continuity present between solenoid (26)
1
terminals 1 and 2?
TR00392
(a)
Connect positive (+) multimeter lead to
one terminal of solenoid (26) to be tested.
(b)
Connect negative () multimeter lead to other terminal of solenoid (26) to be tested.
(c)
If continuity is not present, solenoid is faulty. Replace solenoid (refer to b. Disassembly and
c. Assembly above).
(3)
Position gasket (3) and connector (2) on steering select valve (4) and tighten captive screw (1).
END OF TASK
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