I would suggest leaving the wheel unlocked, or maybe even the car running.
Part of tech is making sure the steering and all pedals are tight, with no
obscene free play.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jenaro Rodriguez [SMTP:email@example.com]
> Sent: Thursday, April 22, 1999 2:13 PM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Safety Tech Procedure
> I feel really stupid asking this, but it just occurred to me. When your
> car is getting Tech'ed, do you leave the steering wheel locked or with
> the key in the ignition and the steering wheel lock disengaged? Does it
> make a difference? I've gone through my whole front suspension
> thoroughly, replacing bushings and checking everything. Every event that
> I go to I keep getting the comment that I might have a loose inner Tie
> Rod. For whatever its worth the car is an '83 RX7 GS with manual
> (non-power) steering. I always leave the key in the ignition with the
> lock disengaged. Any suggestions will be appreciated.
> Jenaro Rodriguez
> '83 RX7 GS
> THE CSP-RX7 PROJECT