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Old 04-12-2018, 11:16 AM
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Default H2 Sloppy Steering

I paid a shop to replace the ball joints, control arms and bushings on a 2006 H2 and the steering feels sloppy. Like a slow turn in 4 wheel drive low but it's not. The steering just seems off to the point I don't want to drive long distances. Any deviation in the road results in a lot of steering corrections and I will go over a speed bump with the steering wheel at 90 degrees until the car straightens out. The shop says their is nothing wrong. Any suggestions?
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Old 04-13-2018, 09:00 AM
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First I would get a new shop if they think that nothing is wrong.

It could be a number of things:

gearbox, tie rod ends, both inner and outer, pitman arm, idler arm, steering shaft etc.
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Old 04-17-2018, 12:26 PM
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MOVED this for you to the correct section for H2 questions.

Note the Drivetrain Area where it says: "This section is an archive of older posts, please post new questions in the specific model section. Thank you!"

Welcome to HF and good luck.
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I've replaced everything on my truck too. I just bit the bullet and ordered a new steering box and pitman arm. I have slop between the steering linkage and the box itself, in other words I can move my steering wheel without moving the pitman arm.

I'll let you know how it turns out, not due to arrive until 4/27

Tim
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I will consider this

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I've done this to mine, it didn't make much difference. DO NOT over tighten the allen screw!

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