Another day in paradise
Join Date: May 2009
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Look straight down on the drivers side just beyond your radiator. You'll see the steering column where it runs into a small box. Look underneath if you dont see it. You'll see where the steering connects to the bottom of it. There is an allen bolt head ON TOP of the box with a nut on the outside of it. Loosen the lock nut around it about 3 turns, that way the allen/hex bolt wont bottom out on it. Then tighten the allen bolt until you feel pressure as in it's getting tight. Then back it off 1/8 turn and CAREFULLY tighten up the nut around it. And yes the allen bolt WILL move so you really have to pay attention and dont just start tightening like mad or it will tighten down on you and you dont wont that. That should fix you up.
" From a friend named TailGunner on another site that showed me how to do this".....or however you give an author credit............i never was an english major, hahahaha
Yea, go messing with steering PUMP bolts?.....you'll be back with a WHOLE diff set of questions!
2002 f250 4x4 SRW, 7.3L Auto, 4" exhaust, 20" rims on Toyo MT's, Boost, Pyro, Tranny ISSPRO ev's underdash pod., DP TUNER F5, stock, 60 tow, 80 , 120 race, DYI Tymar Intake
2000 New Holland 3930 Diesel tractor