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99 Suburban steering box???

I have a 99 'burb that the steering feels as if it is "dropping off "
as you enter a slight left turn? Could this be a bad box? All linkages replaced and appear to be ok??

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Check your collapsible steering column. They are a two piece design and one collapses inside the other on inpact so the driver will not be inpaled on the steering shaft.. When they are loose it creates play in the steering wheel. I think GM may have a service bulletin on it but I am not sure.
If no trouble found it may be the valve in the steering box.

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