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Old 06-01-2010, 06:20 PM   #1
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Steering after SAS

Had a SAS and 63s done on my Toyota and have a prob w/the steering. Once in a while when turning left, like into a parking space, it's like the wheel is a full turn and it's not. Turn the wheel to the right then back left and all is good.

All looks good with the steering, no binding or anything and it doesn't ever happen when on the lift. Figure something in the knuckle is binding. Any ideas?

I don't have a front DL yet so can't test the front drive.
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are your hubs locked?
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Next time it happens, stop, get your hiney out of the truck and see where it is binding. On the lift everything is drooped and not real world. Sounds like you steering is not setup properly.

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thanx

hubs not locked. Never happens when no one around, just in parking lots when someone is behind me and my ass is firmly planted in the seat. Tomorrow I'll find an empty lot
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You better make sure the birfs are okay. Sounds like you may have a broken birf binding when you turn.
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You better make sure the birfs are okay. Sounds like you may have a broken birf binding when you turn.
Yep that's what it was.
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