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I need a diagram of the idler arm/ pitman arm on 1992 chevrolet k1500 1/2 ton p/u 4wd 5.7l tbi ohv 8cyl

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Is this what you need? Pitman arm is number 5 in the picture.
I need a diagram of the idler arm/ pitman arm on 1 - pitman arm-jqeujk2eekyx1t2mji0avpxi-1-0_0.jpg

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  2. Remove or disconnect the following:
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