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Rock Solid steering column bushing

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Just disconnect the intermediate shaft at the top. Not very roomy in there, not a lot of room to sneak a hammer in there to drive the bushing in. I had to use a small dremel to cut the old bearing out. You will need to sand the inside of the bushing so it's not too tight. I did this multiple times so I didn't sand too much at one time. When I was chasing loose steering years back it did this, come to find out my lower bearing was fine so it didn't improve much of anything for me. I would just disconnect the shaft and wiggle the steering column from the engine bay and see if your lower bearing is bad first.

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