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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: steering colomn real loose
I had a 1992 chevy van There are 3 or 4 small bolts way down in the steering column you have to remove the steering wheel and blinker assembly with a long extesion and racket tighten all the bolts. You need to do it soon if you have the same problem or the steering wheel will come off if the bolts come all the way out
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
Get the shop manual ( Hemmings puts out a good version of it), go to the steering and suspension section, (pack a lunch lol )and do exactly what it says to do reguarding replacing the steering column until you find the loose bolt. Good luck
Posted on Mar 09, 2010
The problem is not a u-joint. The trouble is two torx headed bolts in the steering column. Unfortunatly in order to tighten them up you have to remove the steering wheel, lock plate, and turn signal switch. Once all this is out of the way you can reach down thru the holes in the column and tighten these bolts. This is a common problem with GM vehicles in the 80s. The fix will require a star head socket, along with a steering wheel puller, and lock plate depresser.
Posted on Mar 14, 2010
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