1985 GMC 1500 TILT STEERING WHEEL EXPLODED DIAGRAM
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Filed Under (Chevrolet) by admin on 17-01-2011
revise the Steering Wheel Position Sensor or Steering Shaft Lower Bearing Replacement procedure in the Variable Effort Steering (1998-2001 model years) or Steering Wheel and Column (2002-2003 model years) and add the Steering Wheel Position Sensor Centering procedure in the Steering Wheel and Column sub-sections of the Service Manual. Please replace the current information in the Service Manual with the following information. The following information has been updated within SI. If you are using a paper version of this Service Manual, please make a reference to this bulletin on the affected page. Steering Wheel Position Sensor or Steering Shaft Lower Bearing Replacement Removal Procedure Caution: Refer to SIR Caution in Cautions and Notices. 1. Disable the SIR system. Refer to SIR Disabling and Enabling Zone 3 in SIR. 2. Remove the steering column from the vehicle. Refer to Steering Column Replacement. 3. Remove the following from the steering shaft: 3.1. steering shaft seal (7) 3.2. sensor retainer (6) 3.3. steering wheel position sensor (5), refer to Steering Wheel Position Sensor Centering. 3.4. 2 lower spring retainers (4) 3.5. lower bearing spring (3) 3.6. lower bearing seat (2) 3.7. adapter and bearing assembly (1) Installation Procedure
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 03-04-2011
1. Disconnect battery ground cable (14301) . Refer to Section 14-01. 2. Remove steering wheel (3600) as described. 3. Remove steering column from vehicle as described. 4. Remove steering column lower yoke (3N725) , steering column upper bearing spring (3520) , suspension height sensor control ring (3C131) and steering column bearing tolerance ring (3L539) . Lower Steering Column Assembly 5. Remove turn indicator cancel cam (13318) by pushing up with flat-bladed screwdriver. Note direction of flush surface. 6. Remove ignition switch (11572) . 7. Remove bearing retainer (3C610) and steering column upper bearing spring . 8. Remove steel steering column bearing tolerance ring and steering column bearing sleeve (3518) . 9. Remove plastic bearing retainer from ignition switch lock cylinder bore. 10. Remove metal steering column lock housing bearing (3E700) from ignition switch lock cylinder bore. 11. Note position of steering column lock gear (3E717) to actuator lock. Remove steering column lock gear . 12. Remove two pivot bolts. Use caution as steering column position spring (3D655) will release when bolts are removed. Remove steering column lock cylinder housing (3511) . 13. Remove steering column shaft assembly from steering column. 14. Remove steering column lock lever actuator (3E715) and steering actuator housing (3F723) . 15. Remove lower steering column bearing (3517) and steering column lower bearing retainer (3D681) . 16. Remove tilt position lever pivot pin using a drift. Remove RH steering column locking lever (3B661) (RH and LH), steering column lock left hand lever (3D653) and steering column locking lever springs (3B664) . Assembly 1. Install steering column shaft assembly into steering actuator housing . 2. Install lower steering column bearing and steering column mounting bracket (3E660) . Tighten screws to 7-11 Nm (62-97 lb-in). 3. Install suspension height sensor control ring , steering column bearing tolerance ring , steering column upper bearing spring and steering column lower yoke to steering column shaft assembly. Tighten pinch bolt to 25-35 Nm (19-25 lb-ft). Item 1 2 3 4 5 A 4. Position actuator cam in steering column lock cylinder housing and install cam pivot pin with small hammer. Tap pin in until flush with steering column lock cylinder housing . 5. Install one steering column locking lever spring and RH steering column locking lever into steering actuator housing using a drift to hold in place. 6. Install the LH steering column locking lever spring and steering column lock left hand lever with steering column lock actuator lever pin (3F530) . Tap steering column lock actuator lever pin into place while driving out drift. Part Number N803942 3L539 3C131 3520 3N725 — Description Pinch Bolt Steering Column Bearing Tolerance Ring Suspension Height Sensor Control Ring Steering Column Upper Bearing Spring Steering Column Lower Yoke Tighten to 25-35 Nm (19-25 Lb-Ft)
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 19-02-2011
1. Open hood. 2. Disconnect battery ground cable (14301). Refer to Section 14-01. 3. From inside vehicle, remove nuts retaining steering column tube boot (3C611) to cowl panel. 4. Remove bolt retaining steering column intermediate shaft coupling (3A525) to steering column lower yoke (3N725) . 5. Position steering column tube boot out of the way. Remove pinch bolt retaining steering column intermediate shaft coupling to power rack and pinion steering gear and remove steering column intermediate shaft coupling . 6. Raise vehicle on a twin post hoist and remove front wheel and tire assemblies. 7. Remove exhaust system flex tube-to-dual converter Y-pipe attachment. Disconnect heated oxygen sensor wiring harness. Remove dual converter Y pipe (5F250) from vehicle. Dual Converter Y Pipe Removal 8. Support vehicle with jack stands under rear edge of front sub-frame (5C145). 9. Remove tie rod cotter pins and nuts, and remove tie rod end (3A130) from RH front wheel knuckle (3K185) and LH front wheel knuckle (3K186). 10. Remove tie rod end from front wheel spindle tie rod (3280) . Mark position of jam nut to maintain alignment. 11. Remove nuts from steering gear-to-front sub-frame retaining bolts. 12. Remove rear sub-frame-to-body retaining bolts. 13. Raise twin post hoist carefully until rear sub-frame (5R003) separates from body approximately 102 mm (4 inches). 14. Remove heat shield push-pin retainers from power steering hose bracket (3C510). Remove steering shaft U-joint shield (3F540). 15. Remove screw and power steering left turn pressure hose (3A714) from power steering hose bracket . Remove two screws and power steering hose bracket. 16. Remove LH stabilizer bar link (5K484). 17. Disconnect power steering pressure switch electrical connector. 18. Rotate power rack and pinion steering gear to clear bolts from front sub-frame and pull left to ease line fitting removal. 19. Place a drain pan under vehicle and remove hydraulic power steering pressure hose and power steering return hose from fittings on power rack and pinion steering gear. 20. Remove power rack and pinion steering gear assembly through LH wheel well. Installation 1. Install new Teflon® O-rings on both line connector assemblies as described under Quick Connect Power Steering Fitting—Seal Replacement. 2. Place steering gear retaining bolts in steering gear housing (3548). 3. Install power rack and pinion steering gear through LH wheel well. 4. Install power steering hose bracket and two screws. Tighten to 9-12 Nm (80-106 lb-in). 5. Install hydraulic power steering pressure hose and power steering return hose to fittings on power rack and pinion steering gear. Tighten hoses to 33-41 Nm (25-30 lb-ft). 6. Install power steering pressure hose and and screw. Tighten to 9-12 Nm (80-106 lb-in). 7. Connect power steering pressure switch electrical connector. 8. Position power rack and pinion steering gear into front sub-frame. 9. Install tie rod ends onto front wheel spindle tie rods . 10. Install push-pin retainers at top of heat shield. 11. Install tie rod end to RHfront wheel knuckle and LH front wheel knuckle. Install nuts and tighten to 47-63 Nm (35-46 lb-ft). Install new cotter pins. 12. Install LH stabilizer bar link. Tighten to 76.5-103.5 Nm (57-76 lb-ft).
Filed Under (Jaguar) by admin on 28-10-2010
Power Steering System Squeaking Noise Repair Procedure AFFECTED VEHICLE RANGE CONDITION SUMMARY: POWER STEERING SYSTEM SQUEAKING NOISE Situation: On some S-Type, X-Type and XJ Range vehicles within the VIN ranges above, a squeaking noise may be apparent from the power assisted steering system when the steering wheel is rotated in either direction. The noise is caused by a seal inside the steering rack. The noise can be transmitted through the steering column and steering wheel, making it difficult to diagnose. This bulletin does not address any other PAS noises, such as pump or drive belt related noises. Action: In the case of a verified customer complaint matching the description above, refer to the Repair Procedure detailed in this bulletin and complete the service fix.REPAIR PROCEDURE PAS SQUEAK/FLUID ADDITIVE Open driver’s door. Ensure the gear lever is in either neutral or park, the parking brake is ‘ON’, and the ignition is ‘OFF’. Open hood and install fender protectors. 4. Remove the power steering fluid reservoir cap (and filter mesh on XJ and S-Type vehicles) and ensure the fluid level is correct. (Figure 1) 5. Using a suitable clean syringe, remove 50 ml of steering fluid. NOTE: The fluid additive must only be added once and the supplied label must then be affixed to the power steering fluid reservoir. 6. Replenish the power steering fluid reservoir with 50 ml of the specified fluid additive (C2S 48887). 7. Affix the supplied label to the power steering fluid reservoir NOTE: Suitable temperature reading equipment must be positioned into the power steering fluid reservoir, (filter mesh must be removed on XJ and S-Type vehicles) and that the temperature can be read while carrying out the heating process. 8. Insert the temperature reading equipment probe into the power steering fluid reservoir (about halfway into the depth of the fluid). HEATING THE STEERING FLUID TO 100°C +/- 5°C (212°F +/- 10°F) 1. Turn ignition ‘ON’ and start the engine. With the engine idling, turn the steering wheel from lock to lock four times to cycle the fluid additive into the system. (Figure 2) CAUTION: Under no circumstances hold the steering wheel on full lock while heating the steering fluid (to avoid damage to the steering system). CAUTION: While carrying out the following procedure, ensure that 105°C (221°F) is not exceeded. 3. While stationary and with the steering wheel in the center position (road wheels in the straight ahead position), turn the steering wheel 90° (quarter turn) right and hold firmly with both hands. (Figure 3) ^ Increase the engine speed to 3000 rpm. ^ Monitor the power steering fluid temperature until 100 +/- 5°C (212°F +/- 10°F) is reached. PERFORMING THE STEERING MANEUVER NOTE: The steering maneuver should be carried out on a hard flat surface outside of the workshop. CAUTION: Do not hold the steering wheel on full lock for more than two seconds as this may cause damage to the steering system. 1. Verify the power steering fluid temperature is at 100 +/- 5°C (212°F +/- 10°F), engine idle speed set between minimum 900 rpm and maximum 1000 rpm. 2. Turn the steering wheel to full lock and hold for two seconds.
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 22-09-2010
The following procedure applies to vehicles that have functional lock cylinders, ignition keys available for the vehicle, or ignition key numbers that are known and the proper key can be made. REMOVAL 1. Disconnect battery ground cable, then remove steering wheel as described below. Ensure steering wheel is in full up position on models with tilt steering. a. Disconnect battery ground cable (two ground cables on diesel engines). b. From underside of steering wheel, remove screws attaching horn pad to steering wheel spokes. c. Lift up steering wheel pad, then disconnect horn wires and electrical connectors from pad. d. Remove steering wheel attaching bolt and damper, if equipped. e. Remove steering wheel using steering wheel remover T67L-3600-A or equivalent, Do not use a knock-off type wheel puller or strike end of steering shaft, as damage will result. On models with tilt steering, remove tilt lever, then the steering column collar by pressing on collar from top and bottom while removing. On all models, remove lower dash panel trim cover, then the column shroud retaining screws from bottom of column shroud. Remove bottom half of shroud by pulling shroud down and toward rear of vehicle. Move shift lever as required to ease shroud removal on models with automatic transmission. Lift top half of shroud from column. Turn lock cylinder with key to ON position. Selector lever must be placed in PARK position on vehicles with automatic transmission. Push down on lock cylinder retaining pin using a 1/8 inch diameter wire pin or small punch, then pull lock cylinder from column housing, Fig. 4. Disconnect lock cylinder electrical connector from horn brush electrical connector. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. INSTALLATION 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Lubricate lock cylinder with suitable grease, then turn lock cylinder to ON position and depress retaining pin. Insert lock cylinder into housing in flange casting, ensuring that tab at end of cylinder aligns with slot in ignition drive gear. Turn key to OFF position, allowing cylinder retaining pin to extend into cylinder casting housing hole. Rotate lock cylinder to all positions, ensuring cylinder is operating properly. Connect lock cylinder electrical connector to horn brush electrical connector. Position top half of steering column shroud onto column so that screw moldings on shroud seat in mounting bores in column. Place shift lever in lowest position to aid assembly on vehicles with automatic transmission. Install bottom half of shroud by sliding guides in bottom half of shroud into tabs in top half. Install shroud retaining screws and torque to 18.5-25.6 inch lbs. On models with tilt steering, install steering column collar by pressing on top and bottom while installing on column. Install tilt lever and torque to 2.2-3.6 ft lb On all models, install steering wheel as follows: a. Position steering wheel on end of steering shaft, aligning mark and flats on steering wheel with mark and flats on steering shaft, and ensuring that straight ahead steering wheel position corresponds with straight ahead position of front wheels. b. If equipped, install damper and align locators with hole in wheel hub. c. Install steering wheel attaching bolt and torque to 23-33 ft lb d. Connect horn wires and electrical connectors, then install horn pad. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.