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Posted a while back about a 1466 that wouldn't steer for me. I got the valve off and tore down. Think I might have found the problem with a blown gasket. I'm no master with the mcv valve but right where the gasket looks broke it's right above the dump valve which in my mind would let everything run back to sump. Am I right?

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Trying for two hours to make my memory correspond with your picture. Can't do it. To answer your question. I don't think so. I believe that to be regulated pressure in that area. Would not affect steering. Flow divider is below dump valve. There should be a passage at front of valve that brings steering up to port in housing. Steering pressure ports should have orings as gaskets can not hold that much pressure.

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