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This is a picture I took a few months back when I was replacing the servo 4x4 shift motor...
I was under there a few days ago measuring up for a Twister by FloPro and I noticed oil all over the large rusty bolt and on the electrical connection.
Is that bolt simply a re and re to replace the washer/seal or is it more complicated.
Watched a few rebuild videos but they never seem to show removing or replacing that particular bolt...:unsure:
Just took second picture today..
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There is a spring and poppet behind the nut. Easy fix. :)
 

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There is a spring and poppet behind the nut. Easy fix. :)
I wonder why it never gets shown or mentioned in the rebuild videos..??
So just loosen it up, remove spring and valve, clean or replace washer and re-tighten...
Maybe I should just tighten it a little first and see if that fixes it...
Thanks Broncowilly
Owe you a beer;)
Update
I finally found a exploded view of the parts and the bolt itself is called a Poppet Screw and the washer looks like it might be rubber so I don't think I should try and "tighten" it..
See what they want for a new one...
Thanks again Broncowilly!
also just found this so I don't know if I will replace it or not...
hmmm!
 
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