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Old 01-25-2018, 12:33 PM   #29
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After an alignment ours was off by an inch or so. If It doesn't pull then the easiest thing to do is to pull the steering wheel and move it a few splines. It's much easier than you think.
Its not that easy anymore, if you happen to have a puller. It would be a waste of time.

Since around 2013 Ford has placed a master spline in the steering wheel connection.

That means that you can only put the steering wheel on, in one position. Right back where it was. There is no pulling it off and moving it a little anymore.

The fix is as the OP had done.
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Its not that easy anymore, if you happen to have a puller. It would be a waste of time.

Since around 2013 Ford has placed a master spline in the steering wheel connection.

That means that you can only put the steering wheel on, in one position. Right back where it was. There is no pulling it off and moving it a little anymore.

The fix is as the OP had done.
Ours is a spartan, but I do have a Ford super duty. The person who does my alignment on that did say that there is an adjustment on the steering shaft that helps put the wheel back to centet.
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