Need to know how to drop steering column on 1994 Lincoln towncar

Asked by Dec 20, 2014 at 05:07 PM about the 1994 Lincoln Town Car Signature

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Need to drop steering column for dash panel removal

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I don't know your specific car but on most Ford/Lincolns there are 4 bolts holding the steering column to a bracket on the dash. Be sure you park with the wheels straight and don't turn the steering wheel when lowering it. Just undo any dash trim panels to uncover the bolts and remove them. I believe there is 1 screw going through steering column bracket into the dash. You shouldn't have to do anything more to the steering column to remove the dash.

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Thanks Ken. That was very helpful and I followed your instructions and completed the job. Thanks again --Merle

I don’t see the four boats to drop the Steering column

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