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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the plastic covers (on the column) come off with just 4 screw in most cases, they are inside holes in the bottom part of the cover, once u get these off u will have to replace the ighnition lock cylinder, a pin inside that cylinder has broken, this is what is keeping it from turning.
Posted on Dec 19, 2008
does it vibrate durreing brak aplicatin, if so probably a out of round rotor,ifatlower speeds just driveing
most ikely a seperated tire
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
Open the gear motor on the left hand side of the telelscopic assembly. Take the plate off held by 4 philips screws. Using a 10mm socket, remove the bolt holding the platic gear. Remove plastic gear and insert the reverse way. Over the years, one side of the gears get worn out.
Posted on Mar 05, 2009
Check both front wheels with the steering wheel centered. One or both may appear to be pointing in the wrong direction slightly. Check both sleeves on the tie rod ends to make sure they are tight and not able to turn. (adjustment sleeves are slightly different than on most cars. One sleeve extends from the drivers side across the front and is about 21/2' long the other is shorter and is about 5" to the passenger side of the pitman arm on the steering box. If either moves, turn it 'till the wheels are fairly straight, tighten the bolts that are on the clamp around the slotted tube, and bring it to an alignment shop and have the toe in re-set.
A condition such as this is nothing to mess with. loss of steering is extremely dangerous.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
I'm sure there are bolts holding the steering column. This
can be found under the dashboard. Just tighten it up to
correct the problem.
Posted on Nov 11, 2009
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