Question about Ford Escape
It's a linkage adjustment on the bottom of the vehicle, or the pointer has broken loose from the steering column collar under the steering wheel.
You can sometimes crawl underneath the vehicle to figure out what needs to be adjusted if the problem is down there.
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
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