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What tool do you use to seporate the power steering control valve from the pitman arm. or do you have to remove the pitman arm from the gear box and then remove the control valve from the pitman arm. What tool do you use and do you have to press the new control valve on the pitman arm or will it just slide in?

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What tool do you use to seporate the power steering control valve from the pitman arm. or do you have to remove the pitman arm from the gear box and then remove the control valve from the pitman arm. What tool do you use and do you have to press the new control valve on the pitman arm or will it just slide in?
get a motors repair manual for that vintage, or go to a library, it would be hard for 1 to explain, where the manual has a good vew and walks you threw.it is easy if you follow the inst. cliff
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Did he ever get it off yet. if not soak it down with pb blaster or something along the same line.they make pullers also rent one if you dont have one put pressure on it with the puller.take a hammer and hit it sometimes hit it pretty hard .knock it loose.some people just take a BFH a knock the fire out of it till it comes loose. you probably still need to invest in a book it will always come in handy. Cole
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