Hydraulic steering fluid level/air in the system query.
My current hydraulic steering is a bit "bumpy". Every quarter ish turn of the wheel and you feel a sort of jolt through the wheel.
On inspection, the steering fluid level appears quite low, well below the steering wheel spindle within the wheel housing.
There is also air in the pipes that go aft to the engine (pipes are see through and the air bubble moves as I turn the wheel).
Does is sound like the air bubbles and lack if fluid is to blame here and that simply bleeding the air out of the system and replacing/topping up the hydraulic fluid will solve the problem?