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2001 f 250 steering problems jerks back and forth not all the time ????I have new gearbox new pump new hubs/manual lockouts new tires still same problem

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Make sure belt has proper tension. Also if the wheels were turned while the car was off you may have air trapped in the system which will need to be bled. This will usually causes a vibration not so much a jerk. Hope it helps.

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replace the idler arm that connects the steering linkage to the frame on the passengers side,heavy duty part is about$90.00

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U joints!!!!!!!!

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SOURCE: I bought a used power steering gearbox and pump, but it didn't have hoses. I bought new hoses but not sure what holes on the gearbox i should use. please help

the return line is the one closest to the driver fender and closest to the driver. when box is installed. other one is the high pressure line.

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The bearing is a tapered bearing did you put it on the right way round so that the largest part of the bearing is at the back

That then matches the taper on the wheel hub

That is so you can wind in the castellated nut with a torque wrench to set the pressure of the bearing according to the manual

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suspension problem my friend have it check

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