STEERING SYSTEM - OD1605 - LESSON 1/TASK 1
In this case, the steering yoke is still binding so he
removes the front hull access cover and checks the steering control
lever (1) for binding on the front hull access cover (see figure 10).
CHECKING STEERING CONTROL
Step 14. SGT Fields finds that there is no binding of the steering
control lever, so he reassembles the bellcrank by installing
connecting link (12), two washers (11), screw (10), new locknut (9),
and cotter pin (8)(refer to figure 9 on the previous page).
After the bellcrank has been reassembled, the steering
control support bearing must be removed, as described in Step 6 in
paragraph 5d(2) on page 30, and visually checked to see if it is
damaged or frozen.
Step 16. SGT Fields removes the steering control support bearing and
finds that it is damaged. He then must replace the support bearing
as described in paragraph 5d(3) on page 30.
After replacing the support bearing, SGT
operates the vehicle to verify that no faults are found.
At the completion of the test operation, the steering
system is working correctly concluding that SGT Fields has found the