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HOWTO - Steering Box Rebuild


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Ford (87 - 96 F-150/Bronco) Steering Box Rebuild
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Steering Box removal:

The first thing i did was separating the lines (High pressure and return) from the box, in order to be able to do that you'll need to take the snokel and the rubber tubes that link the throttle body and the air box (MAF equiped models will have only one tube). Use the 5/16 socket to loose the clamps on both tubes in order to separate them from the airbox, so you can then place them out of the way. To remove the snorkel use both hands and press on the plastic pieces clipping it to the airbox while pulling the snorkel. This is how your engine bay should be looking, now you have access to the top of the SB:


(frontal view) Notice the top of the airbox to the right. The tubes should be placed in a spot where they won't interfere with your work or get bent.



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