Don Gottlieb: i m in middle os this but on a 1972 chevy c 10 ,, no key ig on col its on dash. can't get the solid inner chunk housing out . to get to the bolts to tighten the upper shaft ,, the upper shaft bearing seems good .. might need to get a third bolt 12-24 thread 3 inches long and pull like the wheel unless theres another trick ,, ugh my tilt is wobbly just like the 91 in your vid .
bill shank: HA!! COOL JUST SAW YOUR LINK THAT SHOW A CLOSEUP OF THE HIGH BEAM SWITCH ROD AND THAT PLASTIC PEICE I DIDNT KNOW HOW TO RE INSTALL IT I THINK AFTER SEEING THAT PIC ON 27 I CAN TACKLE THIS. THANKS SO MUCH FOR TAKING THE TIME TO CREATE THIS VIDEO YOU HAVE HELPED ME OUT GREATLY !! AND I THANK YOU FOR THAT.
bill shank: AT 11:14 IN THE VIDEO YOU START TO TAKE THE LAST PEICE OF THE PUZZLE OUT BUT YOU DO NOT EXPLAIN HOW IT COMES OUT I COULD NOT GET MINE OUT. I ENDED UP JUST TIGHTENING THE TWO BOTTOM SCREWS AND WERE NOT ABLE TO GET THEM OUT TO LOC TITE THEM AND WHE I PUT EVERYTHING BACK TOGETHER THE BRIGHT SWITCH JUST FLOPS AROUND THERE IS A SMALL BLACK PLASTIC PEICE THAT I DIDNT PAY ATTENTION HOW IT CAME OFF SO I DIDNT KNOW HOW TO REPLACE IT. CAN YOU HELP ME PLEASE
Barry Heminger: Barry here again. Forgot to put the tilt handle back on after. Now its off. Thanks
Barry Heminger: Hey Robert, Barry here. 1990 Chevy k1500. Tilt pins are out and I've been trying to snake the housing off for an hour. Bottom half is free but the top is not. Any possibility my housing has another pin or screw in addition to what you you have described?
Andeckerz Raybeam: Too bad you can't just throw a hole or two in the cover piece to access it the next time without all the disassembly. Them cover it with a rubber sewer line hose fitting or something that approximate size isn't it? What difference would a fatter column cover make that moves up and down ? to access the monster?
Sean Schaeffer: Will this work on a 1986 Chevy caprice? Great video 👍👍👍👍
William Heffernan: Used your video to repair the steering column for my 91 GMC Sierra pickup. I've used the truck mostly for hauling stuff, picking up lumber for home projects, etc. It's great to have a pickup truck even if you only need it occasionally :). Anyway, I'm using it a little more now as my son repairs mowers and we use it to pick up equipment to be repaired. I thought I should go ahead and take care of the loose column. It took me about 6 hours to get it done. It wouldn't have taken so long if not for a couple of small pieces that fell out as I was removing, and had to figure out where they went.
One thing I had trouble with, perhaps it's different with the GMC Sierra, was removing the assembly after your comments at 10:39 (removing tilt mechanism lever). After removing the tilt mechanism lever, I moved the assembly up, down, sideways, but could see it was hinged across the top. I wasn't sure if I had to hammer that pin out, or what. I watched your video again, and noticed while you were removing the lever, you said "you'll have to put it back on". So, I put it back on, pulled on it and the assembly detached from the horizontal pin across the top of the column.
Hmm, I just noticed something else while writing my comments and reviewing your video. A note popped up on your video about a centering pin at the bottom of the spring removed just before 10:39. I didn't remove the centering pin. I do recall seeing it while working on my steering. Well, I'm not pulling it all apart to see if it's still there. I didn't see it on my floor board, so I'm guessing it's still in place. Everything seems to be fine.
There's no way I could have done this without your video. Thanks for taking the time to record and post.
Lee Darling: I just followed your instructions, but I ran into a snag putting it back together. There is a metal band that I believe goes to the steering wheel lock assembly. I am pretty sure it is one of the first areas on reassembly. It is a metal band that resembles the smile on a smiley face about 3/4 - 1 " across. This is directly on the opposite side of the key ignition. Any feedback would be great.
Darren87aero: Great Video, Its the most in depth one on youtube...anyway my 91 dually has this same problem, but before I start pulling it apart, I wanted to make sure I have all the parts, the plastic piece that activates the horn at 6:50 is most likely busted on mine, since the horn doesent work.... do you happen to know where I might find one besides the junkyard? or the proper name for it, I cannot find it anywhere.
SalemMillion: At 14:14 when you talked about the rod, that plastic that got to do with the high beam well i didn't know it existed when i replaced my signal/cruise control switch it fell down when i pulled the housing cover to replace it, Now its getting on my nerve i can't put back in i tried greasing it to stick on the housing cover thing but that wont work that freaking little piece of crap how the freak do i put it back in
Mike Packard: I appreciate the video.....just did this job! One thing I did was take the steering rod out and then I had access to all 4 (I had 4 not 3) torkx bolts with the correct socket. Took just 5 mins. and one bolt under the hood on the steering rod (and knuckle that is in the way) slid out of the way of the bolts.
How do I get that off? I took out the two pins and removed the spring..... It's not coming off!!!
Robert Mahan: Awesome video! im gonna wait till i get my new ignition switch before i fix my tilt. Again great video!!
shawn brown: My Suburban has the same problem!!!! Now just to find someone that can do this job without charging me a BUTTLOAD
Ramon Lopez: fix truck
Antonio A.: hmm i did this in a 1991 Chevy 2500 and now brake lights dont come on when i press the brake pedal and the passenger rear blinker doesnt work, front passenger work at a fast paste but rear doesnt come on, the driverside blinkers work fine, im lost
Pamela Savage: hey man thanks a lot u made it simple and with common sense
Loose Tilt Steering Repair - 1991 GMC Suburban5
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