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When someone has the need to remove that steering assembly, they should tear it apart to show us the insides, since it states "steering failure may occur" if it's disassembled. I'm wondering if they just came up with this method due to something like @Beachbummer mentioned, maybe "since you need to replace one cable, you're prolly gonna need the other one soon, we'll just help you completely fix your steering, since you require repairs".was going to pull the cables and lube but they changed the cable connection at the steering wheel. The new configuration is encased in a welded metal sleeve and if one cable goes its a single item to replace for $400.00 even more of a reason to lube them. I have done it form the back on the previous 2005 ar230 and they did not fail and still worked when the boat was sold last year. 13 years in salt water not bad they were kind of tight but I did not lube for the first couple of years.
Item 13 one line item for both cables