I'm replacing the steering wheel shaft bearings. Can't find the kit anywhere
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2004 Dodge Ram 1500 Question: Don't know if I have a tilit or a non tilt column. How could I determine?
Answer #1pushrod June 20, 2013, 09:13Master
Look under the signal light/dimmer lever to see if there is some kind of thing sticking out, if so monkey around with it to see if the steering whell will move up and down! IF so it is a tilt! IF there is no other lever there, it is not a tilt. Why are you replacing the bearing??
Replyrick714, June 20, 2013, 09:23Rookie
Wow that simple..thank you!!! I'm new at this. I'm replacing the bearings because the steering wheel is loose and wiggles.
Turns perfectly fine. The problem is that there was an accident where the previous owner hit the steering wheel and caused something to either break or loosen. So the only problem I see is the bearings. They look badly worn
Replypushrod, June 20, 2013, 15:54Master
If you need any more help just ask as this needs to be done right!!