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How to Diagnose an Alignment Problem?


tire wear is a method of diagnosing an alignment problem
abnormal wear on the insides or out sides of the tread indicates a problem with toe in/out and or camber settings
wheel wobble at speed ( 20 mph up ) indicates castor setting problems
steering wheel not self centering after turns indicates castor settings
steering wandering on the road indicates worn steering /ball joints and or alignment settings out
car running sideways ( crabbing)on the road indicates worn rear suspension parts , broken center bolts on leaf springs ,and rear alignment problems which will affect front end alignment
this is indicated by the steering wheel position off center when driving straight ahead

Oct 14, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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Chevrolet Truck Steering Wheel Removal Instruction


1 Turn the steering wheel from side to side until it locks into place. This will make the process a bit easier, as the wheel won't be turning as you work.<br /><br />2 Remove the horn button in the center of the steering wheel by pulling it off towards you. This will expose the steering wheel nut at the center.<br /><br />3 Unbolt the center bolt from the steering wheel, using the 1/2-inch ratchet, extension and socket. This might free the steering wheel right away, but most likely you'll have to proceed to the next step.<br /><br />4 Position the steering wheel puller on the steering wheel such that the center bolt on the puller is on the center shaft of the wheel. Then thread in the bolts supplied with the puller into the two threaded holes on either side of the center shaft on the wheel.<br /><br />5 Tighten down the center bolt on the steering wheel puller using the 1/2-inch ratchet and socket until the steering wheel pops free. Then remove the steering wheel puller from the steering wheel.

on May 28, 2011 | Chevrolet 1500 Cars & Trucks

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Steering wheel not centered


You will need to have an alignment performed to center the steering wheel. If any front end steering parts have been changed, the steering angles will be affected causing the sterring wheel to be off center. Also, hitting curbs/potholes can affect the alignment off setting the steering wheel

Oct 10, 2015 | 1996 Chevrolet Caprice Classic

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How do you take the steering wheel off of a 1986 chevrolet c10


1. Turn the steering wheel from side to side until it locks into place. This will make the process a bit easier, as the wheel won't be turning as you work.

  • 2 Remove the horn button in the center of the steering wheel by pulling it off towards you. This will expose the steering wheel nut at the center.

  • 3 Unbolt the center bolt from the steering wheel, using the 1/2-inch ratchet, extension and socket. This might free the steering wheel right away, but most likely you'll have to proceed to the next step.

  • 4 Position the steering wheel puller on the steering wheel such that the center bolt on the puller is on the center shaft of the wheel. Then thread in the bolts supplied with the puller into the two threaded holes on either side of the center shaft on the wheel.

  • 5 Tighten down the center bolt on the steering wheel puller using the 1/2-inch ratchet and socket until the steering wheel pops free. Then remove the steering wheel puller from the steering wheel.
  • May 28, 2011 | 1986 Chevrolet C1500

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    2000 ford contour. About a week ago when initiating my turn signal it made a noise (the handle its self) and then stopped functioning a bit later. Ever since it has come back to function and not...


    on the back side of steering wheel remove screws <2>disconnect battery first so u dont set airbags off.remove front cover .remove bolt in center,then use a steering wheel puller.

    Dec 09, 2010 | 2000 Ford Contour

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    1997 nisan xe p/u horn honks by itself... mostly when making turns


    Step by step:
    1. Your problem is in your steering wheel horn assembly.
    2. If you have airbags I recommend finding which fuse controls them and remove them (SRS fuse), but before doing so make sure the steering wheel is perfectly straight. Disconnect the battery one or both sides. Wait ten to 15 minutes if you have an airbag to start working on the vehicle.
    3. Make sure you wear an anti static wrist band, and or discharge your self on some metal before working with the air bag.
    4. There should be screws on the back of the steering wheel to remove the center portion, remove and unplug not to forget where you unplugged what.
    5. remove the center nut that holds the steering wheel on, use a steering wheel puller to remove the steering wheel, unless your he-man and can pull it off your self.
    6. remove the horn assembly and replace with all new parts, every single piece of the horn assembly you must replace.
    7. Reverse the removal procedure and work backwards.
    8. Last, reconnect battery and fuses and if you have an airbag stand back while doing so in case airbag decides to discharge.
    Hope this helps! Good luck !

    Oct 10, 2010 | 1997 Nissan Pickup

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    Trying to correct a problem with the steering, it is pulling right and the steering wheel is shaking from left to right and it is more noticeable when in low gear. Wheels have been aligned and balanced...


    if pulls right when braking,then l/h brake is faulty, the ajustments on the steering arms not even so steering bob/rack is self centering so r/h ajustment is too tinht,,wheels shaking=wheel bent,out of balance,bearings in hub worn so wheel wobbles

    Jul 05, 2010 | Hyundai XG300 Cars & Trucks

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    1989 Jeep Comanche, 2 x 4 long bed truck. Front steeringvery tight. Lubed all locations yet streering seems to stay in the position its left in. Steering wheel does not return to center position with out...


    The self centering effect is created by the inclination of the steering axis. Have your wheel alignment checked out, especially the caster and steering axis angles. You could have bent stub axles from overloading or a heavy landing after jumping over a hump in the road. The pump noise might be excessive but not involved in this problem

    Mar 18, 2010 | Jeep Commander Cars & Trucks

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    56 reg honda jazz 1.4ex steering fails to self centre


    they dont self centre. The car is epuipped with EPS (electronic power steering) so is controlled by a electric motor.
    This is a characteristic of the car

    Dec 21, 2009 | 2006 Honda Fit

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    I have a fiat idea. It recently had new tyres and the wheels were aligned symmetrically. However, this left the self-centring of the electric steering slightly left of centre. I don't think the wheel...


    I am not familiar with this particular car, but every car has a mechanical way of adjusting the steering linkage such that the steering wheel will be centered, even if this means removing the steering wheel and replacing it in the correct spot. A lot of VW's are done this way. What has happened with your car is simply laziness on the part of the technician. He could have insured that your steering wheel was straight through counter adjustments in the steering linkage and properly test driving the car. I do wheel alignments for a living and would never let a car go like this. Take it back, demand it be fixed properly, ask for a print-out of the alignment, if they can't provide a print-out, ask for your money back and take the car somewhere that can.

    Apr 20, 2009 | 2006 Fiat X1/9

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