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Wont go into gear on a 1977 Ranger

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My steering wheel is very loose, wobbles on my 95 Ford Ranger. Does the steering column have to be replaced, or just the bushings?


In the past with different makes and models, I've went to the salvage yard and found a steering column that was in good shape and swapped out the steering column.

I'm not saying that is the best way to do it? If you can get the parts and want to replace the guts in your steering column, go for it.

I just wanted to add, I thought replacing the steering column was the fastest fix. The fastest way isn't always the best.

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The indicator has an adjusting wheel under the steering column cover. Once the cover is off, it requires no tools to adjust, just use your fingers and turn the small plastic wheel as needed till it is back where it belongs

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My 98 tahoe was broken into and the steering column is completely locked, and the ignition is broken so the key won't fit. What's the cheapest way to fix this, will I have to replace the entire steering...


I have repaired this type of damage and the best thing to do is replace the column assembly with a used one. Use a salvaged parts search form for a used column, many sites are available on the Internet to do the searches. Below is a web link to one such site.
http://www.car-part.com/

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My rack and pion is leaking , how do i replace


To Remove:
  1. Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the precautions at the beginning of this section. NOTE: The wheels of the vehicle must be straight ahead and the steering column in the LOCK position before disconnecting the steering column or intermediate shaft from the steering gear. Failure to do so will cause the SIR coil assembly (clock spring) to become uncentered, which may cause damage to the assembly.
  2. Lock the steering column by installing the J42640 into the underside of the steering column.
  3. Raise and support the vehicle.
  4. Remove the tires and wheels.
  5. Remove the power steering gear heat shield.
  6. Remove or disconnect the following: CAUTION
    Failure to disconnect the intermediate shaft from the rack and pinion stub shaft can result in damage to the steering gear and/or intermediate shaft. This damage can cause loss of steering control, which could result in personal injury.
    • Intermediate shaft lower pinch bolt and coupling from gear
    • Pressure and return pipes from the gear
    • Electrical connector, if equipped
      Stabilizer shaft links at lower control arms
    • Remove the left stabilizer shaft insulator.
    • Rotate the stabilizer shaft to access steering gear bolts.
    • The outer tie rod retaining nuts.
    • Using J24319-B separate the outer tie rods from the steering knuckles.
    • Rack and pinion attaching bolts
    • Rack and pinion assembly through the left wheel opening.
  7. Transfer the outer tie rods if replacing the power steering gear.
To Install:
  1. Install or connect the following:
    • Rack and pinion assembly through the left wheel opening and tighten the bolts to 70 ft. lbs. (95 Nm)
    • Electrical connector, if equipped
      Pressure and return lines to the steering gear and tighten the fittings to 22 ft. lbs. (30 Nm)
    • Heat shield and bolts. Tighten the bolts to 7 ft. Lbs. (10 N)
    • Install the left stabilizer shaft insulator.
  2. Install stabilizer shaft Links to lower control arms
  3. Intermediate shaft to the steering gear and tighten the pinch bolt to 35 ft. lbs. (47 Nm)
  4. Install the outer tie rods to the steering knuckles.
  5. Install the outer tie rods retaining nuts. torque the nuts to 22ft.lbs(30 Nm) plus an additional 180 degrees.
  6. Install the tires and wheels.
  7. Lower the vehicle.
  8. Remove the steering column anti rotation pin from the steering column.
  9. Fill and bleed the power steering system.
  10. Adjust the front toe.

Lock the steering column by installing the Steering Column Anti Rotation Pin tool J 42640 into the underside of the steering column--Aurora

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Steering gear mounting bolts--Aurora



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Power Rack & Pinion Steering Gear Heat Shield Removal & Installation To Remove:
  1. Raise and support the vehicle.
  2. Remove or disconnect the following:
    • The stabilizer shaft links.
    • Rotate the stabilizer shaft downward.
    • The electrical harness clip.
    • Power steering gear heat shield mounting bolts.
    • The heat shield.
To Install:
  1. Install the power steering gear heat shield.
  2. Install or connect the following:
    • The mounting bolts And torque to 89in.lbs.(10 Nm)
    • The electrical harness clip.
    • Rotate the stabilizer shaft into position.
    • The stabilizer shaft links.
  3. Lower the vehicle.
Figure of heat shield removed from above rack bolts with location shown

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94 Ford Ranger, ignition assembly loose. Will not start unless I jimmy the assembly in towards the steering column. Require removal of steering wheel to fix?


Thats ok mam,i,m 62,retired with 19 yrs experience in automotive field.Ford cars and trucks.And several different importsBut i quit in 1996.
I,m thinking that the,gears may be out of timing and the actuating rod that moves the ignition switch contacts at or near the bottom of the steering colmn.
You should repair the key cylinder, and the tumbler that the key actuates.Then you may also need to adjust the switch assy contact box at the bottom.These are a high wear items over a lot of yrs, and useage,and might be best to pay one time, and fix it right.I used to repair tilt steering wheels,and found that its less costly just to buy a good used steering column with key and all,but now days i,m not so sure! ??? hope i was helpful!
Good luck on this problem,as i know costs are high every where.

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Were is the flasher on a ford ranger


2001 Ford Truck Ranger 2WD 4.0L EFI SOHC 6cyl:
The Flasher is located in front seating area, behind steering column cover, on left hand side of steering column.

Hope helps with this. Good luck.

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My steering wheel just "free-wheels" I have lost all steering capibilities.


sounds like a bad "Rag Joint ', that;s a piece of tire carcass material (a two inch circle at the bottom of the steering collumn) where the steering wheel connects to the rack and pinion(It;s to kill vibration)
It's fairly easy to replace, also easy to get your steering wheel upside down

if the rag joint's good the steering rack and pinion assy must have a stripped gear.
This is rare, check the rag joint firstit's a small ***** to replace but not impossible usualy you have to unbolt the collumn inside the cab (Two bolts under the bottom of the dashboard, there's a cover to remove beneath the stering column)

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It's a linkage adjustment on the bottom of the vehicle, or the pointer has broken loose from the steering column collar under the steering wheel.

You can sometimes crawl underneath the vehicle to figure out what needs to be adjusted if the problem is down there.

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