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How to repair steering column for 1990 Ford F-150?


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2010-12-01 17:03:47
2010-12-01 17:03:47

I need the diagram for reassembly of the steering column of a 1990 Ford F150 Pick up truck.

Replaced my ignition actuator arm on my 302 engine in 90 F-150, and found this website which was very helpful.

Step by step photographs which walked me thru the process without tearing

up anything. I have had some difficulty getting my turn signals to work again

and that may be some minor adjustment I have yet to figure out.

but check out this web site. Any vehicle ignition in column is listed.


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i learned by watching the video

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