How to Fix Play in Steering Wheel?

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In order to fix play in your steering wheel you will have to fix the ball joints or some other loose part in your suspension, such as a tie rod. Play in the steering wheel is caused by a faulty or loose suspension part.
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It is a number of things it could be. Tie rod ends, idler arm, pitman arm, gear box. Best to have a auto tech check it out.
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1 Additional Answer
On some vehicles the adjustment can be make by locating the steering box and then there is a bolt adjustment. There are other problems that affect steering play like worn tie rod ends or ball joints. You may also need to remove the steering column to adjust a bolt that leads to the U joint. It depends on the reason for the extra play.
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