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My Handwheel will not turn towards me only turn backwards and makes a clicking noise when it does. What is wrong and how do I fix it?

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You should take it in for service because it may be your timing. If, it is new it probably will not cost you anything. Turning the handwheel away from you will definately mess up the timing.

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