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Re: 93 dodge steering problem

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01-14-2013 16:59:07

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it could be a lot of things, you need to crawl under the front and have somebody wiggle the steering wheel and see what moves that shouldn't or has play in it, my '94 had the box itself go bad, as they had weak ones, the replacement box has the fix built into it, the symptoms were start into a corner, and suddenly the truck would doubble or even triple the turning degree, not cool! especially with a trailer on,but im not sure if the 93 [ square body] has the same box or not

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01-14-2013 17:24:27

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 Re: 93 dodge steering problem in reply to ericlb, 01-14-2013 16:59:07  
Your symptoms are similar to mine and I was thinking of ordering a steering box from the scrap yard, but chances are it wouldn't be an update , so a new one is best choice. It almost sounds like the interior vale (orbital if you will) is failing. Thanks for the help

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01-16-2013 06:05:11

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 Re: 93 dodge steering problem in reply to black, 01-14-2013 17:24:27  
if it is indeed a worn box its best to bite the bullet and get a new one, you need to get the updated version ,or the truck will do that again, a salvage yard box for the early 90's dodges is a risky idea as that box may be the original style, which will have the problem built in, not the fix built in, what have you found out? as far as what the problem is

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01-16-2013 09:11:20

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 Re: 93 dodge steering problem in reply to ericlb, 01-16-2013 06:05:11  
Haven't gone a thing to the Dodge yet , it's still sitting on the car hauler at the farm. I'm just collecting ideas from you folks that are much appreciated before I order parts . Right now we have tons of snow and the job will be on holc for awhile and I'm driving my Chev 4x4.

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