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to whom this may concern did you find a steering column. Are you replacing it in a 1987 dodge pick-up

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STEERING COLUMN HAS HAS MANY PARTS ON THE INSIDE.IF YOU HAVE PROBLEMS WITH STEERING COLUMN BEST TO REPLACE WITH NEW ONE OR USED ONE IN PRETTY GOOD SHAPE.

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  2. Disconnect the battery ground cable.
  3. Disconnect the flexible coupling from the steering shaft flange.
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