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IHC 464 ruptured power steering hose. steering does not work.

The steering wheel turn freely but wheels do not move. Lots of fluid coming out from hose. I think hose needs replacing. Is this normal for a ruptured hose?

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SOURCE: steering wheel turns freely but

Follow the steering column down to the gearbox. You will see a "knuckle" that the arm goes into. It may possibly have a "donut" that looks like it's made of a tire - if not it will go into a metal flange that transfers movement to the gearbox.this is where you need to look closely and have a helper move the steering wheel as you are looking. The donut or the flange has broken and you will need to replace the part there.

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