Question about 1996 Dodge Dakota
This process is a bench process. Pull the box, and put in vice, measuer the amount if force requried to turn the box past the absolute center point and compare to spec for your vehicle.
Alternatively, some guys just tighten the box a little, and take it for a drive and feel the exact load at dead center, and to cross back and forth through that position. Too much is obvious.
There is a screw with a stop nut on it that locates the steering output shaft in relation to the input shaft, essentially the interference....
Posted on Oct 04, 2010
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