Question about 1988 Dodge 600
I cant tell with out looking the bolts should be where the colume touches the bottom of the dash feel with your fingers or get a buddy whos a little mechanical. easie fix . need a rachet and socket could even be a torx bolt.
Posted on Nov 21, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it most likely needs a new exhaust manifold. On stuff this old these parts are way rusty. If the rest of the car is good this is why the guy dumped it on you. If you can find parts they are spendy. Google dodge shadow turbo ,kits ect . see what comes up. there is aftermarket stuff,who knows you might even be able to get a bigger turbo
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
2 inches @ the steering wheel? i do not recommend tampering with the screw on the gearbox. that is for adjusting the sector shaft, usually only adjusted on high mileage gearboxes. since most of your driving is straight the gearbox worm gear wears out in that position, by adjusting it, it tightens up the gap in the gears the problem comes in when turning because it can be too tight on the ends of the shaft possibly binding up in your gearbox.and no matter what happens next it probably wont be good. try checking the couplings in the steering shaft. with the vehicle off, steering unlocked, have someone move the steering wheel left and right making sure not to move the tires, your looking to see play at all joints, couplings, or pivots. where you see one piece moving and the other not.
Posted on Mar 24, 2010
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