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How do you fix a loose steering wheel on a 1999 Chevrolet Astro?

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2008-02-08 20:05:03
2008-02-08 20:05:03

Hello there if what you are talking about is that you stering wheel feel lose, well you will have to lift thr front end so that both wheels are of the ground a ramp may work also, then the way to fix this is to get under the front of the van, you should see the stering colum gear box, you will need a alen key and a adjustible wrench, open up the outer nut enough to tigh the alen bolt, do it a bit at the time until the stering wheel feels tighter, and you done.

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