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My 1998 ford F-150 won't steer . Something is wrong on the passengerside. Some bolt or something came loose .What should look for?

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  • gvcindy Jan 11, 2009

    thanks.It was the idler arm bolts cameout.

  • MrCaesar May 11, 2010

    Check your tierod ends or balljoints

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Check for loose bolts.

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