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REPAIR - TM-5-4210-220-12_596
TM 5-4210-220-12 4-25.  STEERING SYSTEM - Continued REPLACEMENT (1) Place a piece of tape on the steering wheel rim and aline another piece of tape on the  instrument panel. (2) Remove screw (1) and nut (2). (3) Collapse shaft A to release yoke (3) from steering column.  (For shaft B, this releases yoke from steering gear). (4) Remove screw (4) and nut (5) and pull shaft free of miter box (6). (5) Coat splines of steering shaft with antiseize compound (item 3, Appendix E). (6) Be sure steering shafts are phased as shown and install new shaft on miter box using screw (4) and nut (5). Tighten nut to 35 ft lb (48 Nm). (7) Be  sure  tape  on  wheel  rim  and  instrument  panel  are  alined  and  push  yoke  (3)  onto  shaft  of  steering column.      Install  screw  (1)  and  nut  (2).    Tighten  nut  to  35  ft  lb  (48  Nm).    (For  shaft  B,  install  yoke  onto steering gear). REPAIR NOTE Repair   of   the   steering   shafts   is limited to replacement of the universal    joint.        Both    universal joints   should   be   replaced   at   the same time. Steering shaft must be removed from truck for repair. (1) Remove   retaining   rings   (1)   from   all   four bearing caps. (2) Set   the   universal   joint   up   in   a   vise   as shown.    Use  a  small  socket  (2)as  a  punch and a large socket (3) as a receiver. (3) Tighten vise and press bearing out of yoke lug. (4) Remove  shaft  from  vise  and  rotate  one- half  turn.    Repeat  pressing  procedure  to remove second bearing cap from cross. (5) Carefully maneuver cross out of shaft yoke. (6) Repeat procedure 2 thru 5 to remove cross from end yoke. (7) Repeat procedures 2 thru 6 to remove cross from other end of shaft. 4-473

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