Join Date: Mar 2013
Location: Foresthill CA
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Crawl under the truck and next to the drivers front tire. Look up towards the engine and you will see the linkage attaching to the steering. The point of attachment it the tie rod and the item it attaches to is the pitman arm. Have someone sit in the drivers seat and turn the wheels 1/4 each way, while you are watching for movement. You would see the pitman arm move left and right. the tie rod will be sloppy if bad. Mine is shot and i am changing tomorrow.
1997 F-350 XLT Lariat Crewcab long box 4x4. Oxford white with an ugly green. 133xxx miles. Hide away goose neck, banks turbo, exhaust, inner cooler, intake filter and gauges.
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