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Re: steering sector

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09-17-2013 06:24:01

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i agree.. most likely a thrst bearing issue.

don't wimp out.. pullthe box down. thay are not too hard to fix.

the early boxes are lessadjustable than the late ones.. but still rebuildable..

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09-17-2013 14:30:44

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 Re: steering sector in reply to soundguy, 09-17-2013 06:24:01  
I was thinking sector because when I jack it of the ground it steered so nice and smooth

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09-17-2013 15:03:27

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 Re: steering sector in reply to cdv, 09-17-2013 14:30:44  
and yet.. a thrust bearing would do that too. and so would a worn spindle bushing.

your diagnostic tests are incomplete to draw a comclusion.

does the steering wheel , when turned lock to lock, rise from or fall into the column?

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09-17-2013 16:29:58

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 Re: steering sector in reply to soundguy, 09-17-2013 15:03:27  
Sounds guy you maybe rite is dose locked up I tryed to grab the tire and turn it but turns nice with steering wheel

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09-17-2013 07:10:44

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 Re: steering sector in reply to soundguy, 09-17-2013 06:24:01  
Soundguy is right not that hard to do get an FO-4 manual and lots of grease rags it's messy. I used a pressure washer to blow most of the grease out.

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09-17-2013 09:04:01

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 Re: steering sector in reply to carlntexas, 09-17-2013 07:10:44  
I've never torn one apart and ONLY found a bad sector gear.

They have almost always needed someting else.. and MOST of the time.. it was NOT a sector at all.. :)

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