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Broken tilt steering in a 1991 jeep cherokee

I have a 1991 cherokee sport, and the tilt steering has come loose, it still works but it is sloppy, can this be fixed or does the entire steering collum have to be replaced??

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Yes it can be fixed, but it is a pain in the ****, done dozen's of them, hated every one. You are going to have to pull the steering wheel off and then remove the turn signal cam, under that you will find the screws to remove the upper bowl assembly (u will need to unplug turn signal harness at base of column), remove that, under that u will find the bolts for the tilt that have come loose

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