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What to check if zafira steering wheel seems loose

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Inside the engine compartment, you will see the steering column coming through the firewall. Should be a box that the column goes into. Have somebody move the steering wheel (i.e. lift up on it and pull down on it) while you watch to see exactly where the movement is. Once you know this, you can show it to the guy at the local parts store and he will be able to tell you what you need.

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SOURCE: Steering column is becoming loose on 1988 Buick Lesabre

There are 3 bolts inside that have backed out, this is a tough job. You have to have special tools to complete this job. You have to pull the pins on the side after disassembling to access the bolts.

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Open the hood and make sure that the column has not come loose from the rack and pinion. To find this follow the column out of the firewall down to the rack and pinion and insure the shaft is on it. Also check and make sure that is did not come loose under the dash.

Posted on Oct 16, 2009

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loose bolt in bottom pivot section of steer colum
need to fix asap can become hazerdous to drive that way
need to no how reply

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