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Stiff Steering - try this fix first

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas' started by buck, Jul 19, 2010.

  1. bryen

    bryen New Member

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    I actually figured it out and apparently I fell short of spraying the snot out of it with PB Blaster. However for round two I'm going to get some white lithium grease on there too.
     
  2. anotherreject

    anotherreject Well-Known Member

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    Search for the thread i started on the same issue, somebody posted pictures of the part, u can get to it by just crawling under the front of the truck
     
  3. anotherreject

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    Search for the thread i started somebody posted pictures of the part, you can get to it by crawling under the front of the truck
     
  4. coveylane

    coveylane Well-Known Member

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    Here are two pictures of the Intermediate Steering Shaft #2 taken from drivers side looking past tire (with tire turned as far left as possible) on my 2008 Tacoma

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