Question about 1990 Ford F150
I have a 90 Ford F150 with a 5.0. I was in a hit and run a few months ago and got hit in the front passenger side, hit mostly in the upper part, wheel never was damaged. Since then I got it put back together and the steering was off, you could turn about 2 turns to the left and about 4 to the right (normal). The steering wheel was not in the right spot anymore. I took it to sears to get it aligned, they checked it out and said there wasn't any damage. But they aligned it and they told me that I would have to pull the steering wheel and reset the center for the turn ratio so that it was the right amount both ways, then bring it in again to align. I am assuming I have to drop it off the gearing box, but how do I know when it's right? Or am I way off on this or is Sears feeding me a line. Thank you very much,
Take the vehicke back to auto repaire no sense of you loosing any more money have them check and reopen the insurance claim let them know of the situation at hand yes that is mor than possible direct hit on tire is all inclusive to hit let me know if you need any help with that
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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