Question about Ford Bronco
You can probably get a new seal from your Ford dealer, but it's only there for asthetic purposes. The looseness is very typical and is due to the infamous torx screws coming loose. These are way down below the tilt mechanism. If you tell me your model and year, I may be able to find specific instructions for tightening those screws. I could tell you most off the top of my head, but there are minor differences from year to year. The job requires a steering wheel puller and a lock ring spring compressor as well as a number of standard tools. It amounts to taking all the guts out of the column to get to and tighten those screws. Thanks for using FixYa.
Posted on Apr 04, 2011
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