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My d17 tractor will not turn right without scqeeling the belt but if u turn it left it ok

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That is a problem in the steering gear.

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My belt is sqceeling on my d17 when i try to turn it right but if i turn i left it does it it does not scqeel


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Check the steering pump fluid level and the drive belt tension. Spray all your belts with belt conditioner spray.

For anyone else reading this and wondering what the vehicle is, we are taking about an Allis Chalmers D17 Tractor.

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