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Loose steering is caused by worn parts. You need to check for slop in the tie rod ends first, as they are a common wear item, and the rest of the steering linkage next. You can watch under the front of your bronco, as someone else slowly moves the steering wheel. if you see movement in a connecting joint before the tire moves, then that is a suspect. Also check out your front tires too. look for abnormal wear, to indicate a problem.
Hope you tighten things up!

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