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Old 10-03-2016, 07:08 PM   #1
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TRW Steering lash adjustment

Where is the steering gear adjustment for lash in this diagram?
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Try this video on youtube.

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The picture you posted doesn't show the adjuster because it is located on the back side. I circled what I believe to be the access hole for you to get to the adjuster. Hope this helps.
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thru the frame rail. its on the inside of the steering box so from the inside of he frame rail there is a hole in which the screwdriver fits.. the jam nut is on outside of frame rail
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Thanks guys. I was thinking that could be the case. I might try an 1/8 of a turn each time and go for a test drive. My free play is not extreme but it could use a tweak.
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thru the frame rail. its on the inside of the steering box so from the inside of he frame rail there is a hole in which the screwdriver fits.. the jam nut is on outside of frame rail
Slice I noticed you were south of Houston. What city? I'm in Nassau Bay.
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Thanks for the post. I found some good information.
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Slice I noticed you were south of Houston. What city? I'm in Nassau Bay.

Santa Fe. Off cemetary Rd. Between 6 and 517.
And we tow the same vehicle. ��
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