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second home
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Posted: May 28 2009 at 17:15 | IP Logged Quote second home

hi all, i have a 1984 9m trojan internatioal. lost may steering the other day. air pressure and oil in resevior gone. checked all fitting and tubing in boat. found no leaks. refilled and presurerized. all works. later saw oil in water by starboard swim platform. oil was dripping out of the steering cable boot. any ideas how to fix this problem?????     
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Posted: May 29 2009 at 10:29 | IP Logged Quote gjrylands

The first thing you have to do is find out exactly where the leak is coming from. Hoses rearly leak in the middle, unless it is being chaffed by something. Therefore, look at the crimp at the end of the hose or at the fitting the hose goes into.

 I'm not familar with your exact set up. I belong to a Trojan owners web site. www.trojanboats.net  If you post your question there, someone may be able to give you a better answer. It's Free.



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thank you. i'll looked at all the fittings, hoses are copper tubing inside boat.   i tried your web site and got an error. will try again later. Thanks again
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I clicked on the link I posted. It took me to to home page of Beacon marine, which is the administrator of the site. If you scroll down on the left side of the page and cklick on Trojan Forum, it will direct you to the forum. you can read any of the posts, but if you want to post anything to it you will need to register. it's free.

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Wipe off the fitting you want to check so there is no signs of oil on them.Take a clean paper towel and wrap it around the fittings.You may need to use a wire tie to hold it in place. With the system preaserized turn the wheel several times. Check the towels. if there is any oil on any of them it will pin point the leak.

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