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Old March 2nd, 2008, 06:44 PM   #1
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i am going to be changing my steering gear box on my 96 bronco. the one i am puting in has the pitman already attached. i have never done this so is there any tips you guys can tell me or anything i should be aware of.

also whats involved in changing the power steering pump.
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I have never done one on a bronco but all the chevys and jeeps that I have done are pretty straight forward. Just make sure you keep the steering wheel in the same position.
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Juice up the threads the day before. Typically, the pressure hoses seize up.

BTW, the steering knuckle SHOULD be keyed for alignment.
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