It,s in the chasis on the drivers side straight opposite the oil filter... It's a swine to get too...
There is no adjustment.
Could be worn ball joints, worn steering linkages, worn/out of adjustment steering box and or worn/out of adjustment wheel bearings.
is there a grease fitting on a 2001dodge ram diesel steering box
How to take the play out of steering box from a1990 4x4 le 150 pickup
The adjustment is on top of the steering box. Loosen the locking nut then tighten the bolt lightly. Over tightening will cause the box to be too tight.
The arm on the steering box may be installed incorrectly. also some trucks have a adjustable steering rod. The rod that runs from the steering box to the axle. Could meed adjustment.
The only adjustment is the preload on the pitman shaft.
Could be bad joints in the steering shaft, could also be bad tie-rod ends.
to the left of the engin there is a little black box, it has a rough image of a steering wheel and a drop, its a green cap
When your steering becomes and loose and woolly, your steering box is normally the culprit. Over time, the cogs in the box will wear slightly and loosen from each other. There are set screws on the box to help minimize this effect without needed to buy a new box. however, the adjustment is slight without locking the steering up, so you may just need to get a new box. Also, low power steering fluid can cause this. Check your level and pump.
To repair:Determine if the play in in the rack and pinion box (very Rare) or in another steering component. The faulty rack or the other faulty part will need to be replaced.There are no possible adjustments for steering play!
Fuse box under the steering column. position 4