Had a bit play in the steering wheel and hunted it down to a worn idler control arm bushing.
A friend borrowed me his workshop to change it today.
Promised Doug to do a short write up,so here it is...
Get the car up,remove tranny cover.
Remove bolt through the bushing(bolt and nut 13 mm socket,tightening torque:62NM),remove nut of the center linkage joint(18mm socket,tightening torque:65NM).
Remove idler arm from joint.Found out a two arm puller works best.
Press out old bushing and replace with new one.
Bolt everything back in.
Whole procedure took about 25 min.
TIS now say something about leveling pitman arm and alignment.
Given the fact that the high of the new bushing is the same,I don't think steering geometry changes.
Someone might correct me,if I am wrong here.
Anyway had a fast look on his alignment computer,toe was the same that it had the last time it was there 4 month ago....