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Old September 2nd, 2013, 03:19 PM
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1988 RHD 110
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Adjustments to power steering unit

Folks I have considerable free play in my power steering box on my '88 110 RHD.

I see on top of the steering box is the large lock-nut and adjustment screw (allen head) similar to what a manual steering box would have and you can sometimes get rid of free play using that. I attached a picture that shows a portion of the power steering box (green) but does not actually show the adjusting nut on top.

Does this adjustment work the same on my 110 power steering box as on a manual steering box or is the large locking nut/adjustment screw for another purpose on the power steering box.

If i can't adjust it then is the only option a new unit?
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