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    Default Loose steering 94 suburban 2500

    Pulled up a search on this topic and there is a ton of posts on this topic already but I couldn't find one that answered anything. Short and sweet my front is tight no loose parts all my play seems to be in the steering box. Has anyone replaced a steering box and it fixed this problem? Im asking because there was a post similar to this and it didn't fix the problem.

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    Does your model have that wheel speed sensor in the steering shaft? Donut shaped and covered by a metal enclosure under the sterring wheel (inside cab)? I had looseness and figured I would give it a shot, replaced it and now it drives like new ($30 part). Couldnt believe it because it felt completely mechanical like a loose part but everything was tight enough.

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