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  • STEERING - IDLER ARM REPLACEMENT SPECIFICATIONS
Publication Date: FEBRUARY 15, 2002

FORD:
2000-2002 EXPEDITION, F-150
LINCOLN:
2000-2002 NAVIGATOR
2002 BLACKWOOD

ISSUE:

A high number of Idler Arms are being replaced as a result of routine inspections or of complaints of tire wear and looseness being felt in the steering system. There may be a misunderstanding about how much Idler Arm movement/play is acceptable - because there is no movement/free-play specification published in the Workshop Manual or any other dealer Service Information documents.

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