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Steering My 1987 Bronco II steering is really loose. it makes driving offroad tricky. can anyone tell my how to fix this problem?

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It could also be a loose gearbox if it has power steering.

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You will have to check all the jointed steering parts for excessive play, a front end shop will most likely do this for free if they repair the issue.

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