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Power steering has play in the steering

Play in the steering

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  • hiawathasjs Apr 14, 2009

    1995 crown victoria has play in the steering

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Posted on Apr 14, 2009

  • james shack Apr 14, 2009

    is this rack and pinion ? tie rod ends
    if not ck idler arm.


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