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Old 09-04-2006, 03:35   #1 (permalink)
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Question xf steering coupling

Hi I was wondering if anyone could tell me how to replace the steering coupling on an xf.

I I have the box (power steer) out of the car. I am replacing it with a nolathane coupling. It comes with 4 bolts. The original setup had 2 bolts connecting it to the steering colomn and the coupling seems pressed to the metal backing plate on the steering box.

From the best I can gather maybe I need to grind the 2 pressed lugs of so I can seperate it from the box and replace it with the 2 extra bolts in the nolathane kit

Just wondered if this is right before I go cutting things

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