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Hi, been there, done that--the likely cause is the bearing slipping out the other end of the column. Go in the engine compartment and push it back in and have someone hold it in while you compress the plate spring.
Have you recently had an oil and filter change? Its possible the old "o"ring seal for the old filter got
left stuck in place. I've seen this before and when the new filter is installed the new seal does'nt make a good seal.
If there was'nt a recent oil change, check the valve cover gaskets and the oil pressure sending
unit. I had one crack and start leaking once, it just about drove me crazy before I found it.
Hope this helps.
The thermostat is on the end of the radiator hoseat the engine.Just follow the upper radiator hose the the engine and the hose hooks up to the thermostat housing.Remove the 2 bolts and the thermostat is under this housing.