|10-10-2013 02:07 PM|
|10-10-2013 02:06 PM|
The adjustment to center the steering wheel is done with the drag link. The drag link is connected at the pitman arm and on the passenger side to your tie rod. Loosen the bolts at the collars and turn the tube until the wheel is centered. But make sure your wheels are straight before you do anything. Does not have to be jacked up.
When your done you may notice it move if you are lifted. The stock steering when lifted will tend to when the wheel is first moved roll the tie rods before actually moving the wheels. You can see this if you have someone turn the wheels while you watch.
|10-10-2013 12:50 PM|
Can you explain that a little more I need to do the same thing and I thought it was the steering gear box not the pitman arm that was the issue.
So now I am really curious!
Pictures would help also
|10-10-2013 12:04 PM|
|jokerchief462||Adjust the rod end at the drag link from the Pitman arm.|
|10-10-2013 11:03 AM|
Crooked steering wheel
After taking off my front and rear track bars, I decided to see how the Jeep would do without the sway bar. After having some fun without the sway bar I put the sway bar back on (since it's my daily driver). This morning while on my way to college I noticed my steering wheel was turned to the right about 1-2 inches as the car was going straight. How can I fix this? Thanks in advance!