In a '92 Dodge Colt import how do you get the steering wheel loose so you can replace it?
you just have to remove the horn cover and you should see the nut that fix the steering. it should be hard to remove but you can achieve it even if u don't have a puller. First u should take a marker and place a mark to be sure to replace the steering at the same position. Then if you have a puller use it, if not i had success by pulling (we were 2 guys pulling) the steering and knocking on the top of the bolt to make some vibration and make the removal easier.
You have to replace the entire steering column. It is not loose, the lock is broken on your column height adjuster. Read More
Loose ball joints will cause excessive tire wear, and if they come apart the wheel assembly could come loose. This would cause a complete loss of steering control. Read More
disconnect rag joint. Read More
You have a loose/worn steering component. Outer tie rods are the most common. Read More
I am not sure this is the trouble, if you remove the cover on the steering wheel there will be a large nut if this nut is tight the splines on the wheel could be bad, might be looking at replacing the column, or the steering wheel. I the nut is loose simple tighten and replace cover. Read More
If you have replace steering gear box in your 99 Suburban and still have steering wheel play Could it be caused by a loose joint in the steering column?
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replace the worn parts. Read More
Replace it. You can buy one at any parts store. Read More
tighten the belt or replace it Maybe a loose power steering box or a worpted pully. Read More
There are 4 bolts at the bottom of the steering column that tend to get loose after entering and exiting your vehicle. Pulling your self up on the steering wheel puts stress the steering column and causes it to become loose. If you do not correct the problem fast by tightening the bolts you will have to replace the entire steering column.. -Henry's locksmith and steering column repair Read More
Loosen the tensioner pulley. The power steering belt will come loose. Remove the power steering belt. Reverse the process to install the new power steering belt. Read More
It is usually caused by either a bad tire, or loose steering components. Read More
Lack of rotation, loose/worn/bent steering or suspension component. Read More
The horn on your 1965 Dodge Dart is not working Believe you have a loose wire going down the steering column How do you remove the horn ring to get to the loose wire?
If there are no bolts holding it on then it pries off. Read More
A worn or damaged component. Suggest to have someone wiggle the steering back and forth while you inspect for excessive play. Read More
yes you have to pull the steering wheel off, and becareful you don;t loose the spring. Read More
This is was a problem on Dodge 2500 trucks prior to 2003 (or 2004?). You have to steer like crazy to keep it on the road. I've notice the steering on these rigs to be a lot looser than on my F350 or my Chev 3500. There is an aftermarket kit you can get to fix it. Read More
Loose or worn A/C drive belt. Tighten or replace. If serpentine belt, replace. Read More
Tire out of balance, bent wheel, loose or worn suspension or steering parts. Read More
Your steering linkage get loose. The swaybar end links are also a common failure Read More
If the steering wheel is loose while driving the steering rack may be going bad. A bad steering rack leads to a lot of play on the actual wheel. Read More
Electrically what affects power steering on a 97 4wd suburban or can cause intermittent power steering?
Heavy electrical load and a badly worn and or loose belt that is slipping! There is a steering position sensor at the base of the steering column that tells the variable assist power steering how fast you are turning the steering wheel. When it gets faulty, there will be lurches and surges in the steering. Easy to replace, costs about $60 from GM. Read More
The tilt steering on your 1989 gmc is loose the steering column is loose and im not sure how to tighten it?
You have to remove the steering wheel ,lockplate, turn signal assembly and you will get to four bolts that are loose. Go to your local auto patrs store and tell them you need the special tool (lockplate removal tool and steering wheel puller)for GM steering colums. Read More
What is causing your 1991 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme to overheat when you drive and make the steering wheel really hard to turn?
The serpentine belt is broke or loose. Replace the belt Read More
You need line wrenches to be able to break it loose without stripping the ends whatever the size I did not see the app you are working on Read More
Uppermost pulley is the Power steering pump. Those 2 bolts that hold it on are the take-up bolts, loosen those and the belt will become loose. Easy. 1996 Neon has 2 separate belts not a serpentine. I would assume the 1995 is the same. Read More
It doesn't have to do with steering it self...it has to do with the the larger tires put more stress on upper and lower ball joints..and it's always better to get rid of oem steering stabilizer,shocks and replace with something like rough country.... Read More
Dodge 1999 Durango piece of crap makes a thumping noise when steering when the wheel is turned half way or all the way What is wrong with it now also loose control of the steering sometimes?
you have a possible pressure leak causing air in your system or check your belts tension Read More
Begin by loosening the tensioner pulley on the front of your 1996 Nissan Maxima engine. Slide the tensioner pulley to the right. The old power steering belt will become loose and can be removed. Put the new power steering belt on. Tighten the power steering belt by sliding the tensioner pulley to the left. Read More
Loose steering: You notice how steering wheel is very easy to move and feels sloppy. It creates an difficult feeling on the highway because it seems you have no control of your car. POSSIBLE CAUSES: - Steering linkage is worn and parts need to be restored. - Steering linkage may be loose and need to be tightened. - Your steering box needs adjusting. Read More
Tutn signal flasher is located on the steering column. Revove the cover that is located between the steering wheel and the instrument panel. The Flasher is yellow. I did not have to replace mine, some wires were loose. Read More
There is a good chance your fuel cap is loose, missing or damaged. Check it and replace if necessary. Read More
take loose the moter mount on top next to the power steering. on top are three screws and you take them loose and take off a small bracket and move the up the tensioner and disconnect the belt. Read More
Worn or loose steering linkage or worm gear. Read More
2000 Toyota Corolla Knocking noise on passenger side goes away with slight turn of the steering wheel Power steering is full?
The power steering pump pulley nut is loose. Or the power steering pump bearing is bad. On my 1998 it was just the loose nut. Read More
If loose they will need replaced. Read More
Power Steering Belt could be loose or worn. Power steering pump could be low on fluid. Read More
Loose power steering belt/worn power steering belt/defective belt tensioner. Read More
What is loose in the steering column that causes the steering wheel to rock up and down and can the wheel fall off because of it on a 1992 Ford F150?
Tilt column? If so it will be the tilt knuckle that has came loose the whhel wont fall off but if gets too loose the steering could lock up tho Read More
Typically, it'll be the u-joints in the steering column. Read More
Excess play in the steering wheel is one symptom. Read More
How do I know if I need to replace my inner or outer tie rod ends or both My steering is becoming loose and the car is drifting to the left?
Lay under the front while having someone turn the wheel back and forth, replace whatever parts have play in them. Read More
check your clock spring in your steering column, very comon to break or check the wiring into your horn. It's very ... "exposed" and prone to hardening and cracking which makes it loose. Read More
When this happened on my 98 Dakota, it was a loose wire in the steering column. $4 part, $160 labor to find it. Good luck. Read More
The most common reason is low power steering fluid. Also the pump pulley may be starting to freeze up, or the belt that turns the pulley may be loose and slipping. Read More
How do you get rid of too much play in steering on a 1992 Camaro and would it be possible to change with that of a 1987 Camaro?
too much play in the steering wheel is from worn or damaged steering components. The things that could be wrong are this: worn or damaged upper/lower ball joints, worn or damaged power steering pump, Loose, worn, damaged, or faulty power steering control valve, Loose or worn power steering cylinder, Leaking, clogged or incorrectly installed power steering hose, Leaking, worn or damaged rack & pinion steering assembly, Loose, worn, or incorrectly adjusted steering gear or steering… Read More
Why would smoke come from the steering column when you have your foot on the brake of your 96 Buick Grand sport How do you fix this?
probably have a loose or broken wire that moves and grounds out when press the brake locate wire and replace it Read More
Tire out of balance, worn suspension parts, defective or loose wheel bearing, loose lug-nuts, or worn steering parts. Read More
u can take out the play in the wheel threw the steering box Read More