Single Selector Valve
The single selector valve is a manually-operated, two
superstructure steering control. Both the single and
position valve located in the carrier frame center
double selector valves are operated by a single
The selector valve is mechanically
control located at the rear of the hydraulic reservoir.
connected to the double selector valve and
Positioning the control will, by cable, move the
determines if hydraulic flow for steering control is to
mechanical linkage which shifts the selector valve's
be routed to the carrier steering control or to the
Tag and disconnect the hydraulic hoses from
Position the selector valve onto the mounting
the ports on the selector valve, refer to Figure 2-8-
17. Cap or plug all openings.
Disconnect the handle linkage.
Connect the handle linkage.
Connect the hydraulic hoses to the selector
the selector valve to the mounting bracket. Move the
valve as tagged prior to removal.
valve to a clean work area.
With the engine running at governed rpm, activate
the replaced selector valve several times. Check for
proper operation and check the valve for any