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DB 1390

Discussion in 'Classic Machinery' started by Gordy1, Oct 11, 2018.

  1. Gordy1

    Gordy1 Member

    IMG_2003.JPG Hi, Have problems with the power steering, it's ok turning wheels left but when you straighten up or turn wheels to the right the steering goes hard, it's like there is a blockage in the hydraulic pipe somewhere, is this a usual problem with these DB's as I heard someone else have the same thing happening but don't know how or if they sorted it, could it be a blocked filter or something, any help would be appreciated.
  2. 335d

    335d Member

    The end of the ram looks fairly new. You sure the bottom of the joint isn’t catching on the axle?
    I would be tempted to remove the ram at the axle then check that the ram moves freely on its own, and vice versa the steering. (Jack the front up and it should move by hand with the ram removed). You’ll then know if it’s hydraulics or not
    Gordy1 and Flat 10 like this.
  3. Gordy1

    Gordy1 Member

    Thanks I will look into this at the weekend. The photo looks close to the axle but there is a good gap between them.
  4. Ray996

    Ray996 Member

    North Scotland
    you got enough oil in the power steering tank?if so possibly orbitrol unit not working properly

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