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Old 10-29-2009, 04:16 PM
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re-wiring glitch


anybody able to tell me why the bolt would be undone? the one pretty much center of pic above ignition. just noticed it is 1/2 unthreaded
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Old 10-29-2009, 05:40 PM
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k, lets try this, does anyone have a pic of the bolts to remove the steering? that bolt doesn't look like its supposed to be backed off yet it is. dash will not come off with steering wheel on...............
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Old 10-29-2009, 06:10 PM
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Can't tell you why that nut is 1/2 loose. All I can say is, it shouldn't be, and that it needs to be removed in order to remove the column.
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Old 10-29-2009, 06:18 PM
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Can't tell you why that nut is 1/2 loose. All I can say is, it shouldn't be, and that it needs to be removed in order to remove the column.
so both sides then? those 2 bolts then 1 at shaft? Your right, wheel out would be sooooo much easier. I'm soooo close its not funny!!!
I can't believe my truck has run this long with the mess under there
and Ford should be shot for not using all 1 size of bolts!! 7, 9 10 ahhhhh
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so both sides then? those 2 bolts then 1 at shaft? Your right, wheel out would be sooooo much easier. I'm soooo close its not funny!!!
I can't believe my truck has run this long with the mess under there
and Ford should be shot for not using all 1 size of bolts!! 7, 9 10 ahhhhh
Yes, those bolts. And don't forget the PRNDL cable like I told you, right?
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Old 10-29-2009, 06:33 PM
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yep, 1st thing in a.m. is that string or wire that holds it? it looks so delicate, I wasn't touching it till u told me too
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yep, 1st thing in a.m. is that string or wire that holds it? it looks so delicate, I wasn't touching it till u told me too
Yes, you're right it IS very delicate, which makes it all the more important that you disconnect it from the column, before you even think of trying to remove the column. And you're not forgetting about making sure the wheel doesn't turn when it's disconnected from the shaft RIGHT?
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Yes, you're right it IS very delicate, which makes it all the more important that you disconnect it from the column, before you even think of trying to remove the column. And you're not forgetting about making sure the wheel doesn't turn when it's disconnected from the shaft RIGHT?
yep, pic doesn't show the duct tape all over the place , it won't budge right now
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what is this????


looks to me like its part of the door harness. I'm not sure if I should go ahead & change out relays or ???? what the opinion on this, its clean now btw
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