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Steering play My 95 Mustang has alot of play in it. What are possible solutions?

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The possibilities are the rack and pinion,inner tie rods,outer tie rods,wheel bearings and balljoints but the most common parts replaced to fix this concern are the tie rods but that is not to say there is a combination of all the above.

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