Question about GMC K1500
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1986 Buick Electra/Park Ave has
There are three bolts under everything that you see. The steering wheel comes off first,then the retainer ring has to come off(it's on the same steem that the wheel is on,there is a tool for that). There is a plate with slots in it that will come off. Pull everything else out carefuly as not to lose any screws or break any wires, and you should see the three screws in a triangle formation. Tightin them & reasemble.
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
This is a Pre-Airbag vehicle? If so, disconnect the battery and remove the screws that hold the horn button on. Once that is off you can get to the jamb nut that holds the steering wheel on. If it is tight, your steer box is loose and needs to be rebuilt.
Posted on Oct 10, 2009
Lift the front of the pickup and try to shake the wheel. If it moves then a part (a bearing, a bolt or a pivot) of the front suspension is loose or worn out.
If you can't feel it moving tell to another person to move the steering wheel while you hold the wheel. If the movement isn't exact and immediate the problem is in the steering box. For this specific tools are required - it's better to take it to a repair shop, you definitely wouldn't want to gamble with your safety
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
If you look under the dash. You will see a support bar with a bolt on each side. This hold column in place. The other connection is where the column sits inside gearbox. The gears could be worn or box is loose.
Posted on Nov 30, 2009
SOURCE: power steering and suspension
In a lot of GM and Chevys the intermediate steering link will lose grease and cause a clunk-like feeling while turning and braking. There is a TSB for such a problem. The dealer may still warranty the repair. You can take your truck into a local shop and they'll shake down the front end for about 1/2 hour labor to see if anything is wrong. About 80% of the time a pull is caused by a lateral tire pull or even a bad tire. Check your air pressures as well.
Posted on Jan 06, 2010
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