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Is there a diagram of a 2001 mercury pittman arm?
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What is the function of an idler arm?
an idler arm holds the right side of the steering linkage.its job is to mirror the movement of the pittman arm.the pittman arm holds the left side of the linkage(pittman arm is attached to the steering gear. i.e. when you turn the steering wheel,the steering gear turns the pittman arm,which moves the steering linkage,which turns the tires.) idler and pittman need to move together so tires move together. (for more info try searching "parallel steering linkage")
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