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Old 01-26-2016
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hi guys, im having issues finding this part, because i found in internet that is called on many different ways, but some people called:
  • Intermediate Shaft

  • Lower Shaft
  • Upper Shaft
  • Rag Joint
  • Steering Coupler
  • Steering Coupler Assembly
so no idea how to find it or how its called on a ford ranger 2000 xlt 2wd 3.0l v6
its loose, and when I hit a bump it moves the steering wheel a little bit, I already replace the ball joints (upper and lower both sides) and the tie rods as well, so I think this part is what is causing me problems now

I know the pics doesn't help much, but seems like the bottom part its like the 3rd pic I upload, so its like double u joint

any tips would be much appreciated

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Old 01-26-2016
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Have you tried steering shaft U joint?
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