Question about 2004 Chevrolet Express
Lots of play in the steering wheel.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I think the problem you have is the steering assembly being loose.
To repair this, you must remove the steering wheel and work slowly down the column assembly, removing the indicator switch, ignition switch and other assorted springs and things. Lay out the removed parts in the order and orientation you remove them, take digital pictures or draw sketches at all stages, watch the spring placements. I also unplug the column looms to give you more room by moving the switches away for the area in the column where you are working.
Once you get far enough down the column you will see the three bolts that are loose, hidden in a sub assembly. I have only been able to tighten two of these over the years. This is a common fault.
Rebuild the column using the reverse of the order you removed it.
Posted on May 29, 2009
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