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What could be the problem if the steering wheel seems to stick with turns?


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2004-07-05 12:17:59
2004-07-05 12:17:59

Hey kevin==There is a valve in the gear that can stick. Also I have seen the bearings on the steering shaft that were so bad, the steering shaft was stiff. Also make sure the gear is adjusted properly/ GoodluckJoe

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