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When I rotate the blade adjuster wheel the blade tips to the side. But, when I rotate the blade back the blade will not stand at 90° thoughts?

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Cars do not have such a feature .

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Replace the rubber brake hose that the caliper is connected to!

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SOURCE: right front wheel grinding noise

The Hub Bearing is shot jack up that side and grab the top and bottom of the tire if you can move it in and out get it replaced.

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check both front lockouts,1 side or the other could have broken,unlock 1 side and reach underneath and try turning the axel on the other side-----if it turns all the way around, then replace that lockout,if it doesnt turrn then try unlocking that side and lock in the other side and see if you can turn it,if so then replace that lockout.if not then something might be wrong with the transfercase to the way it engages

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SOURCE: On a 2007 SLK 200, turning the steering wheel for a 90 degree turn, after standing say overnight, the steering wheel shows off centre. Soon after, the steering wheel " self repairs" back to normal. Ca

possibly there is a air leak or a pocket of air in the hydrolic system try bleeding it losen one of the hoses so its just dripping start car and turnlock to lock a few times refill reservoir and do this again lock to lock the air should be gone if it still does it could be the steering box on it way out but this is unlikely hope this helps ivan

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