6. Remove the tape from the actuating shaft spline.
7. Slip the lower end yoke of the steering shaft onto the input shaft so the pinch bolt hole lines up with the
whistle notch in the input shaft.
8. Reinstall the pinch bolt and nut and tighten to specifications in the Vehicle Manufacturer's Service Manual.
Some manufacturers recommend the use of adhesives on splined areas. Review the
Vehicle Manufacturer's Service Manual for their specific recommendations.
9. Check the fluid level in the power steering reservoir and make sure that it is full.
10. Start the vehicle and allow it to idle. Check for leaks.
11. Shut the unit off after checking for leaks and check fluid level.
12. Clean any fluid from the power steering gear and remove the drain pan.
13. Lower the cab or hood using the Vehicle Manufacturer's Service Manual.