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How to replace lower steering column bearing 2005 silverado

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i did some checking and the lowering kits fit Silverado 1500 from 1999 to 2006

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SOURCE: Steering column 2005 chrysler town and country

You can buy a haynes manual to remove it but most manals won't have that information, why do you want to change it and if you have a camera I can tell you how to remove and replace it if I have a picture of it.

Posted on Jun 22, 2009

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SOURCE: 97 ford f150 steering column bearings

There is a tool that presses the spring down to allow for the replacement of the clip. It is also used in the removal of the same spring and clip. This is if you are refering to the spring and clip that go on last, after your turn signal switch. If you are referring to the spring that goes around the spline, I would recommend finding a deep well socket of similar diameter than the spring, but big enough to allow the spline entry and use it to depress the spring fully bfore placing the clip

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CHECK INTERMEDATE SHAFT

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SOURCE: 2004 Silverado crew cab has rattle around steering

If you feel this rattle while driving at low speed or turning at low speed it is likely a worn out steering shaft coupler, it is very common.

Posted on Oct 24, 2009

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I need to replace the two top bearings on my 1982 Chevy Silverado K10, Tilt wheel steering column. How do I take it apart?


It is doable if you have the right pullers.
Take off the steering wheel (special puller)
Remove steering lock plate lock ring and plate(special puller)
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This may or may not help,but i found this

REMOVE OR DISCONNECT

1. Disable the SIR System.
2. Battery negative cable.
3. Knee bolster and IP steering column reinforcement. NOTICE: The steering column should never be supported by only the lower support bracket alone, damage to the column lower bearing adapter could result.
4. Lower support bracket from vehicle (2 bolts).
5. Upper column support from IP (2 bolts).
6. Lower steering column so that it rests on the driver seat.
7. Ignition switch wiring protector.
8. Ignition switch retaining screw and nut.
9. Ignition and turn signal switch column harness connectors from IP harness.
10. Turn signal switch connector from column harness.
11. Ignition switch, harness, and connector. Important

o DO NOT splice ignition switch wires.

INSTALL OR CONNECT

1. Ignition switch, securing with retaining screws.

o Adjust ignition switch. Steering Column Unit Repair.

2. Turn signal switch connector to column harness.
3. Ignition and turn signal switch column harness connectors to IP harness.
4. Ignition switch wiring protector.
5. Raise steering column to support bracket.
6. Two bolts to upper support bracket. Do not tighten fully at this time.
7. Bolt and nut to lower support bracket.

o Align column to instrument panel opening. A small shim (wedge) placed between the instrument panel column support bracket and the column can be used to hold the column stationary while tightening the upper support bolts.
o Upper and lower column support bolts and nuts to 27 Nm (20 ft. lbs.).

8. IP steering column reinforcement plate and knee bolster.
9. Battery negative cable.
10. Enable the SIR system.
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2001 SILVERADO STEERING RATTLE


I alway's replace both upper and lower shafts. They both have noise issue's from lack of lube when made. Pete

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2001 SILVERADO STEERING RATTLES. DOES NEW STEERING SHAFT AND BEARING CORRECT PROBLEM


I have a 2001 Silverado. Was making noises when I turned and hit bumps in road. Was annoying. Read up on the net about possible causes and found this issue with the intermediate steering column.

First went to the dealer who wanted $250/and a half day to do it. This encouraged me to read about how to do the fix and when confident and tired of the problem I ordered the part. It came in a few days. It took me about an hour to do alone.

What others do not mention is be sure to loosen the bolts to the old part before strapping the wheel (the strapping is to prevent freewheeling/turning when steering wheel is disconnected). You will have to first connect the new piece to the upper end after sliding it through the firewall from the top, then loosen the strap holding the steering wheel to allow you to turn the wheel enough to align the bottom to the lower steering link. The part fits perfectly with a little tapping to elongate the sliding part into the bottom fitting using a hammer and a pair of vice grips. I could do the next one in 30 mins easy.
This was well worth the time and dollars.

Love my new truck now.

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The tow haul button on my 2005 silverado does not work, if it is possibly a fuse where is it?


9 times out of 10 the wiring to the switch in the column brakes.Remove the lower steering column cover and check it.

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Isuzu 3.0 TD 2005 - Steering wheel makes squeking sound when turning steering wheel to both sides. Quiet on strait roads. Sounds like plastic rubbing when turning steering wheel. Sprayed lubricant on...


Disconnect steering column down by brake pedals and turn wheel with steering disconnected.....if squeak is still there its in the upper steering column bearings...squirt silicon spray down the top tube [below the steering wheel] until it runs out thru the tube lower bearing.
P.S dont forget to reconnect the steering!!!

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It sounds like the shift tube bushings are worn out. There are usually 2 u shaped clamps that have nylon bushings that hold the shift tube to the steering clumn. If loose, that throws off the shift position, could be btween 2 gears at once, and throws off the park - neutral safety switch. Fix that first.


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Clicking, especially while turning usually more so points to a problem with the CV joint, or axel, the easiest way to test a wheel baring is to jack up that side of the truck until the tire is off the ground, leave the lug nuts on and try to wobble the tire in all directions, if everything seems solid it is not likely the bearing casuse the sound, another note when a bearing starts to go bad, it usually hums opposed to clicks. Im sorry i dont have a diagram, but this proceedure should get you on the right track in diagnosing the issure, good luck!!

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