Question about 1991 Pontiac 6000
My tilt steering was all wobbly and after watching you tube videos it showed that three torx screws at the bottom of the steering shaft have become loose. I was ablt to get to them and tighten them but now that I reassembled everything the steering seems worse. What did I do wrong or overlook?
There are actually 4 bolts but in order to get them all you have to pull the tilt pins and the lower bowl.3 should have helped tho,Make sure the spring is under the lock plate and the snap ring is in the right spot.
Posted on Nov 11, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The heater core is inside the heater case. It is the same plastic case that houses the blower motor. Usually they are replaced under the hood near the firewall or under the dash. I would look at the free online repair manuals provided by parts stores such as autozone.com . They should have the info you need for your particular model.
Posted on Sep 22, 2009
I've had experience with two of these cars now. The mounting positions where the steering rack bolts to the fire wall rust away leaving the rack floating. Usually long before the rack starts to float the car leaks . Water starts to come in where the firewall rusted out. Its dangerous and should not be driven like this.
Posted on Aug 31, 2010
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