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Better get the pressure and return clamped down to keep the tubing secure.
If you don't, it will Wizz fluid everywhere in a few more turns.
Taking the rebuilt CV back to the shop. SHould I replace the slave cylinder while I'm at it?
 

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The shop only specializes in steering. So I only took the CV to them. My cylinder stayed. Should I replace it to be safe?
 

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Well-- My batteries on my crystal ball wore out, can't find any replacement anywhere. So I can't, do not want to make a judgement of what you need, should do, etc.
If in doubt, take the car to a competent, WELL versed older mustang type guy to help you make these decisions.
 

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Huh. The powerram is part o
The shop only specializes in steering. So I only took the CV to them. My cylinder stayed. Should I replace it to be safe?
Huh. The power ram is part of the steering system, so......
Usually they can be resealed. And should be resealed if you're going to the trouble of fooling around with the control valve.

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