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Steering Column alignment mark
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Trying to do a lock rod adjustment for the transmission, reading the 72 shop manual, it says to align the "steering column alignment mark" with the hole in the steering column cover and insert a #15 drill, then torque the retaining bolt....Does this sound familiar to anyone? and what does the alignment mark look like? is it a hole or a ridge...I cant see anything in there...Huh

Any help appreciated
T2

72 Coupe 302 w/FMX all stock
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That would be a 15/64" drill bit or use a 1/4" to stick thru the alignment holes (neutral)

Loosen the retaining nut on the lock rod, then put the drill bit in the alignment hole, then tighten the lock nut.
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RacerX;154768 Wrote:That would be a 15/64" drill bit or use a 1/4" to stick thru the alignment holes (neutral)

Loosen the retaining nut on the lock rod, then put the drill bit in the alignment hole, then tighten the lock nut.

Thanks RacerX For the info...I think I got it now...the destructions are not very clear in the shop manual

T2
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