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Steering wheel is loose - 1996 Ford F250 Crew Cab

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    tighten the nut that holds it on.

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If you mean it is about to fall off in your hands, it needs to be tightened firmly to the steering column. If you mean the wheel has a lot of play left and right, you have worn steering components and should visit a garage asap. Things like the tie rod ends are worn, ball joints etc are just a few of the critical parts that need attention in any vehicle.

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Berings in tilt or regular column need to be replaced

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It most be a tilt steering column, usually there are three or four screws inside the column that loosen up they need to be tightened by disasembling the column through the top

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