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I have searched for a video about how to check the flywheel bolts to see if they are tight. I have steering wheel vibration. It pretty much goes away when driving. The damper looks ok. Also, Could this be a PS problem? The engine does not vibrate, just the steering wheel.

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The first thing I would do is adjust the valves. Sounds like you have a cylinder or two that are imbalanced compared to the others. It could also be an injector issue or even a VP problem!

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The first thing I would do is adjust the valves. Sounds like you have a cylinder or two that are imbalanced compared to the others. It could also be an injector issue or even a VP problem!

Sorry, I mispoke, I meant to say flywheel instead of timing.

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