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.
disconnect rag joint.
You have to replace the entire steering column. It is not loose, the lock is broken on your column height adjuster.
You have a loose/worn steering component. Outer tie rods are the most common.
replace the worn parts.
Replace it. You can buy one at any parts store.
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.
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.
tighten the belt or replace it Maybe a loose power steering box or a worpted pully.
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
yes you have to pull the steering wheel off, and becareful you don;t loose the spring.
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.