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Old 04-26-2006, 06:39   #1 (permalink)
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94 Explorer Steering has too much play

HI there!
Glad to find the fordforums. It seems there's a forum for just about everything. This is the 5th one I've joined and all are most helpful.

Enough of the formalities.

We have a 1994 Explorer Sport 2 door. Beautiful shape! But the steering wheel has too much play in it. Common, I'm told. The salesman at one of the local Ford dealerships told me that's it's easy to fix. There's an adjustment bolt on the steering column under the hood. Loosen it, turn the adjuster under the bolt head and retighten. I've found the bolt. But my wife isn't too keen on me loosening up anything on the the steering! I'm good with tools, just not sure of the exact procedure.
Clues, anyone?

Thanks!
Rick
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