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Jd 3010 turns to the left by itself,leaks hyd. fluid from little valve below steering column that goes to brakes

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Erm, fix the leak for a start, it's not eco-friendly and may cause you to have a serious accident ;)
Is the leak actually from the steering circuit?

You may have a worn hydraulics unit (can be replaced as a unit (second hand?)
Under what conditions does it turn left?
What wheel configuration do you have?
All the time, under braking?
Are the brakes binding.
Is it simply that the steering wheel is on the wrong spline (not centred)?
Has the steering been damaged (bent by collision)
Please supply more info

Posted on Jan 13, 2018


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