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Can't get steering rack out

All unbolted but can't get out of vehicle 92 pulsar sr 20 auto

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    raydaman Dec 30, 2012

    Not the steering wheel the whole rack from wheel to wheel underneath the car I can move it freely but can not get out of sub chasie

  • raydaman
    raydaman Dec 30, 2012

    Got it undo cross over pipes and block holes give s you that fraction more room to come through



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You need to unbolt it from the steering as well.. PS remove the battery terminals so you don't trigger the air bags.. The bolt is that huge one in the middle of the steering.

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