I replaced the original 14mm track bar bolts with 9/16" bolts. She rides much smoother and tighter now, no more death wobble. It's amazing the difference between ten thousands of an inch. Once I got that working nice, I installed a new steering stabilizer.
I also replaced my broken clockspring. The cheap one I got from Amazon apparently didn't have the steering position sensor unit in it but looking at the plastic housing, it had all the screw holes and clips for that circuit board. So as an experiment, I removed the circuit board from my original clockpsring and installed it in the cheap unit and it fits perfectly. The only thing I didn't know is what angle to install the little gear wheel so I just guessed it. That wheel is what I believe the vehicle uses to get the precise steering wheel angle. As expected, all my warning lights and codes went away except for the traction control light. The computer is picking up my steering wheel as going outside it's normal boundaries. I'm gonna see if Jscan can output the steering wheel angle to help me center that little gear wheel. Otherwise, I'll just have to move it one tooth at a time until the light goes away.
Glad you figured out . The 9/16 do the trick.
Whenever you get around to doing control arms
good time to replace with 9/16, shouldered grade 8
all around .
I replaced TB, drag liink & tie rod at the same time.
When underneath with someone turning steering ,
wheels on the ground , engine running. With hand on
drag link could def feel a bit of a clunk . So my TB bushings
and drag link end was worn .
Couldn't feel any lossesness or clunk on the Tie Rod but the
plan was to replace anyways .