they should be either 13 mm or 1/2 in. .
YES you can.
under the steering column above the brake pedal
I`m not sure if it`s the same but way down into the steering wheel just past the turn signal switch, there are 4 tork type bolts that come loose. On my 86 jimmy I could only get to two of them but I super glued the threads and tightened them back up and that did the trick. I read where only the two are usually all you need to get re tightened. It worked great for me.
It's next to the Steering Wheel when you open the door.
I THINK 84 - 89
right under the alternator, just follow the belt down.
In side the dash up under the steering wheel.
you have to spin the power steering pump so that the holes in the pulley will give you access to the 15mm nut that's on the inside of the pulley holes
Yes you can install power steering. I have installed it in my 84 pickup. You will need the power steering box and the gear box with hoses. I pulled them off a pickup at a wrecking yard, which is best, since everything is already there and you can see how it is setup.
I recently used STP in my 84 MB and it worked fine.
I converted my power steering equipped 84 Firebird to manual steering by using a manual steering box from a Chevy S10 pick-up. It was a simple bolt in replacement. And of course you have to use a shorter accessory drive belt after removing the pump. Steering effort when car is moving is not bad at all. Parking is another story, especially with 245/50 tires!
Hi i have an 84 delta 88 and am trying to tighten the power steering belt as well,I noticed that one bolt for it is through the pully and another behind the pump on the bottem side.I cant seem to break the bottem one loose so im not sure if that's all the bolts or not I will let you know when i get it,Thanks Bill
It actually uses ATF in the power steering system. I believe Dextron IID was the spec for '84, but fortunately the newer Dexron formulations are backwards compatible.
You must take them off. I took mine out of my '84 300 turbo by turning my steering all the way to the right. That gave me enough room to weasel it out between the steering and exhaust.
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Cut off a limb or other appendage, or start cutting off fat.
84 x 84 = 7056
84 = 84
Any of the Following: 84*1=84 42*2=84 28*3=84 21*4=84 14*6=84
You must remove the steering wheel. There are some special tool that make this much easier.
It is: 84
The LCM is 84.