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How do i remove the hydraulic pump on an international 1066

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If I remember right there is more then one pump 1 for hydrostatic drive and steering and one for hydraulic equipment operation the

Here is a link to a manual for the IH 1066 there are a lot of variables that could cause pressure or flow drop I hope your sure its the Pumps before you have to go through all the work of tearing it down to get to it

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