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I've read that the workshop manual shows how to correct play in

the steering wheel. Anyone have the PDF file(s) for it from that

eBay CD?

I can't find an original workshop manual, or I'd buy one. Thinking

about buying the CD version anyway...

Oh, we just bought a 1969 '02 - here's the trip in pictures: http://

gino.zahndmiller.com/BMW2002

Cheers, and thanks in advance.

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URL: http://www.bmw2002faq.com/store/index.html

then tighten the adjuster a quarter turn or so. Id do it with the wheels in the air (even with the road wheels removed) so you can check for excessive resistance after tightening. Then lock down the locknut and away you go!! YOU MUST HAVE THE STEERING BOX CENTERED, not just the wheels!! Just make sure the steering arm is pointing straight toward the back of the car when you make the adjustment/s... HTH!!

-Rob

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from the pictures it looks like a '68 -- no headrests, no side reflectors, a smooth steering wheel center and a front hood trim with the little embossed dimples. Those are characteristic of a '68. Would be interested to know VIN as I'm researching changeover points for some of these details...not sure if it was between 68 and 69 or somewhere after '69 production began in Aug '68. My guess is that your car has a VIN lower than 1663000...

Drop me an e-mail...I have an early "second series" Nevada '69.

Cheers

Mike

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