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How do I balance or adjust the power steering control valve on a 1975 Corvette?

Turned the adjustment nut to the left and right. The power steering wheel is now at an angle when I drive. Do the two front tires have to off the ground? Do I have to take the carter key and the nut off the power steering cylinder in order to make the adjustment?

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Try setting the seat position memory before you switch off.

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When they did the alignment it's possible that they used a tool that locks the steering wheel straight while it's on the alignment rack.If they put too much pressure on the wheel when they used the steering wheel seat lock tool it may have stressed you tilt lock mech causing it not to lock where you want it.Hope this helps

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  • Car jack
  • Jack stands
  • Torque wrench
  • Chain wrench
  • 3/8 inch drive ratchet
  • 1/2 inch drive ratchet
  • 10 mm wrench
  • 12 mm wrench
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  • 17 mm socket (1/2 inch)
  • 19 mm socket (1/2 inch)
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  • Bottle of Liquid Paper

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    1. Record anti-theft code for radio.
    2. Disconnect battery negative cable then positive cable.






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    3. Turn crankshaft pulley until TDC is achieved.
    4. Raise and safely support vehicle.
    5. Remove front tire assembly.
    6. Remove splash shield.
    7. Remove power steering belt.
    8. Remove alternator and alternator bracket.
    9. Safely support engine under oil pan.





      Upper bracket removal
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    10. Remove stop, detach ground cable and remove upper bracket.
    11. Remove cylinder head cover.
    12. Remove upper cover.
    13. Remove dipstick and tube assembly.
    14. Remove crankshaft pulley.
    15. Remove adjusting nut rubber seal and remove lower cover.





      Timing belt/balancer belt removal
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    16. Loosen adjusting nut 1 turn.
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    18. Push down on timing belt tensioner to relieve belt tension.
    19. Tighten adjusting nut 1 turn.
    20. Remove balancer belt and timing belt.


    To Install:


    NOTE: Clean balancer belt drive pulley, timing belt pulleys and
    upper/lower timing cover prior to belt installation.








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    1. Set timing belt drive pulley to TDC by aligning dimple on pulley with dimple
      on oil pump.






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    2. Set camshaft pulley to TDC so that "UP" mark is at top and grooves align
      with top of cylinder head.





      Timing belt installation
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    3. Starting with driver pulley, install timing belt in a counterclockwise
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    4. Loosen and ten retighten adjusting nut.
    5. Install balancer belt drive pulley.
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    6. Install lower cover.
    7. Install crankshaft pulley and bolt.
    8. Rotate crankshaft pulley counterclockwise several times to seat belt.
    9. Loosen adjusting nut 1 turn.
    10. Rotate crankshaft counterclockwise 3 teeth on camshaft pulley.
    11. Tighten adjusting nut to 33 ft lb (44 Nm).






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    33. Lubricate crankshaft pulley bolt between head and washer and bolt threads
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      CAUTION
      Do not use impact wrench to perform
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      Upper bracket installation
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    41. Install stop.
    42. Install battery and enter radio anti-theft code.


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    1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
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    5. Unplug the electrical connector at the cruise control actuator, then remove the actuator. Don't disconnect the cable; simply move the actuator out of the work area.
    6. Remove the belt from the power steering pump. Remove the mounting bolts for the pump. Without disconnecting the hoses, move the pump out of the way.
    7. Unplug the alternator wiring and connectors; remove the engine wiring harness from the valve cover.
    8. Loosen the adjusting and mounting bolts for the alternator and/or compressor. Remove the drive belt(s).
    9. Remove the valve cover.
    10. Remove the side engine mount support bracket, if equipped.
    11. Remove the upper timing belt cover.
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    13. Remove the side engine mount.
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    2. Remove the rubber seal from around the belt tension adjusting nut (do not loosen the nut). Remove the lower timing belt cover.
    3. On all models except Prelude with VTEC, lock the timing belt adjuster arm in place using one of the lower cover (6 x 1mm) mounting bolts.
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    2. Fit the timing belt over the pulleys and tensioner. On DOHC engines without VTEC, remove the 5mm pin punches from behind the cam pulleys.
    3. Except Prelude VTEC models:
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    1. On Prelude VTEC models:
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    33. Lubricate crankshaft pulley bolt between head and washer and bolt threads with clean engine oil. honda-03-23-3537.gif

      CAUTION
      Do not use impact wrench to perform following step.
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    40. Install upper bracket and tighten fasteners in proper numbered sequence.
    41. Install stop.
    42. Install battery and enter radio anti-theft code.
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    2.2L SOHC & 2.3L 27 (37)
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    Power Steering Pump Bracket Bolt 33 (45)
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