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  1. #21
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    Default Re: Drop arm removal tool

    Thanks!

    I've run into a problem after all this work.
    New input and output shaft seals in the steering box. Cleaned up the shafts and could not see/feel any damage to the surface or play in the shaft when re-assembling.

    Box in, bled, and its weeping from the input seal. What can it be?
    Should I try some off the shelf 'power steering fix' or get a recon box?

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    Default Re: Drop arm removal tool

    I have done the Wynn's Power steering fix with good results, so have many others, try that before getting a new steering box.

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  4. #23
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    Will give it a try tomorrow, thank you!

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    I've added some of the Wynns power steering fix, how long should it take to work, if it works?
    I've driven the car for about an hour since adding it and cannot really see any difference in the leak.

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    Quote Originally Posted by miks. View Post
    I've added some of the Wynns power steering fix, how long should it take to work, if it works?
    I've driven the car for about an hour since adding it and cannot really see any difference in the leak.
    Mine took a couple of days to stop leaking.

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    Thanks!

    The Defender is not my daily so it may take a bit longer to get some running time with the additives in the fluid

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    Default Re: Drop arm removal tool

    I've got a kit to convert from the swan style drop arm to the Discovery 1 style, so I'm also looking for this puller. If anybody in CT has one, please let me know.
    2009 Land Rover Defender 110 Station Wagon - finally found its set of 35s
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