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STEERING WHEEL VIBRATES AND/OR VEHICLE WANDERS.
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CLUNKING OR CREAKING ON TURNS OR STOPS. cont'd
TM 5-2420-224-20-1
Table 3-5. Troubleshooting (Cont)
Malfunction
Test or Inspection
Corrective Action
STEERING (CONT)
Step 2.
Check for foam in power steering tank.
If there is foam in power steering tank, tighten suction line
connections and add oil (TM 5-2420-224-10).
If there is no foam in power steering tank, notify direct support
maintenance.
94.
POWER STEERING SYSTEM LOSING OIL.
Step 1.
Check for loose cover on power steering tank.
If cover on power steering tank is loose, tighten cover fastenings.
If cover on power steering tank is tight, go to step 2.
Step 2.
Check for leaking and damaged power steering tank, lines, and pump.
If power steering tank or lines are leaking or damaged, tighten loose
connections or replace power steering tank or lines.
If power steering pump is not leaking or damaged, notify direct support
maintenance.
SUSPENSION
95.
CLUNKING OR CREAKING ON TURNS OR STOPS.
Step 1.
Check for loose and bent front axle torsion bar.
If front axle torsion bar is loose or bent, tighten loose connections or
replace front axle torsion bar (page 4-376).
If front axle torsion bar is not loose or bent, go to step 2.
Step 2.
Check for bent front control arm.
If front control arm is bent, replace front control arm (page 4-374).
If front control arm is not bent, go to step 3.
Step 3.
Check for oil leaking from shock absorbers.
If shock absorbers are leaking oil, replace shock absorbers
(pages 4-368, 4-369, 4-372).
If shock absorbers are not leaking oil, go to step 4.
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