Power stearing leaks.

pamam

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Mar 19, 2019
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Sorry my bad. I forgot to say that it is a 66 mustang coupe 6 inline engine.
My power steering leaks when I turn the steering wheel all the way to the right. There is a high pitched scream at that time. Does anyone have a clue as to what could be causing it?? At first I thought it was the oil line connections at the cylinder end but they seem to be OK. Could it be the seating of the oil lines in the block near the end of the cylinder. I can't see the problem and hold the wheel all the way to the right at the same time so I'm guessing from where the oil drops in my catch tray.
Thanks.

Mel
 
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It could be from several places. Steering control valve, the two short hoses, or the ram itself. You're gonna need an assistant for this one. Put the front end on jackstsnds and take a look while someone turns the wheel. It should be obvious. Be careful and let us know what it was.
 

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