Don't worry, there won't be a test.
Now back to the reseal. This is the easiest one as the kit only contains two o-rings. It can even be done with the control valve mounted on the car.
First, into the tray for cleaning!
|It wasn't terribly dirty since I'd already lightly cleaned it previously.|
Next up, that nut holding the spring under pressure comes off, and the piston assembly slides out.
Confession time--in the picture above, since the unit was off the car, I removed the two bolts holding the housing and the ball stud sleeve (on the far right) to make it easier to reach the second o-ring. Plus it allowed me to thoroughly clean the housing.
Assembly was, of course, the reverse of the above process, after coating the moving parts liberally in power steering fluid.
On the far right is a plastic cap, only fitted on the 64 models, to help keep debris out of the grease in the ball stud sleeve. This appeared to be slightly distorted (grease was leaking around it) so I removed it and will have to see if I can get a replacement soon.
I've refrained from painting it--I'm going to save that until I reseal the power cylinder since it will need paint as well.