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Sterring Wheel Loose?

boston08boston08 Member Posts: 7
edited March 2014 in Oldsmobile
Hello I have a 1995 Oldsmobile Aruora That i just bought in April, Now the sterring wheel is loose it moves up and down and you can feel some play in it while driving! So i was wondering if anyone has ever heard of such a thing like this? At first it didn't pass state inspection because of the play the wheel had in it,,So the place i bought it from somehow got a sticker on it..Than he told me it was suspoes to be that way incase i got in an accident so i wouldn't be trapped in my car..I feel that is bull s*** because why would the state not have known about that? Anyways please some help here before i go back to where i bought it from and give them hell..I drive with 2 little children in the car with me..So i don't want to put them nor myself at risk for an accident..Thanks

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    boston08boston08 Member Posts: 7
    :( Anyone please help?
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    boston08boston08 Member Posts: 7
    Ok aparently noone looks at this forum..Another wast of my time i guess
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    jlhartnettjlhartnett Member Posts: 12
    It is likely that one or both of the tilt column pins have fallen out of your steering column. It is a common problem in 95 Auroras. Look around on the floor or behind the dash to see if you can find them. They look like cylinders about the size of a dime at the ends and one end has a threaded screw hole.

    Here is a link to more information on how to fix the problem:

    loose steering wheel

    It's really not a hard job once you get into it. I had the problem about a month ago.
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    boston08boston08 Member Posts: 7
    Thank you so much for your reply.. =)
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