Hey all. I had a run-in with a giant root a couple weeks ago, and have since had major steering issues. I've had to hold the wheel 90 degrees to the left just to go strait. I just changed all the tires and rims and now have a full matching set with even wear all around, I thought maybe the spare was wacking out the steering, but the new wheels are exactly the same. So I changed the box last night, and now have no power steering whatsoever (and I still have to hold the wheel the same way to go strait, too). The return hose has an extremely bad leak where the fitting meets the box. This is due to the first time I ever changed the box on the truck, and had to modify the O-ring fitting to mate with a flare fitting... Pre-'81 box went on to a post-'81 truck that time, then got replaced by the corret box, but I never changed the fitting. It didn't leak with the last box that I just changed out, so I don't really get why it's leaking with this one (identical box). I also completely drained the new box before putting it in, so I'm wondering, should I have somehow bled this thing and filled it up before using it? I don't see how that would be, it should fill up and pressurize when I start the motor, right? Would a huge leak at the return line cause a complete lack of power steering?? Also, what else should I look at to find the wacked steering? Nothing is visibly bent in the linkage, and balljoints are solid. Passenger side bearing is a little worn out, but not bad at all, just making a little noise. Thanks for any help!!