MPV 4WD V6-3.0L SOHC (1990)
Alignment: All Technical Service Bulletins
Steering Wheel - Is Slightly Off Center
Bulletin No.: 005/95
Ex. B-Ser. & Nav.
Steering Wheel Slightly Off Center
The steering wheel on some models may be slightly off center. The vehicle still drives straight and does not pull right or left.
IF a customer complains of the position of the steering wheel, confirm that the vehicle is not pulling and repair according to the instructions in this
Drive on a straight road and place the steering wheel in a neutral position. If the steering wheel is not centered, go to step 2.
Using the outside circumference of the steering wheel, measure the distance between the neutral position and the center position.
If the distance is larger than 30 mm (1.18 in.) remove the steering wheel and reinstall in the correct position. If the steering wheel is still off center,
proceed to step 3.
Measure the distance described in step 2. If less than 30 mm (1.18 in.) loosen both left and right tie rod end lock nuts. Turn the rods in the opposite
directions by the same amount until the steering wheel is centered.
Road test the the vehicle to confirm the steering wheel is centered. If not centered, repeat step 3.
The chart shows the approximate distance that the outside circumference will move per 90 degree turn on the tie rod (both left and right in opposite