Changed the pads rotors and calipers front and back on my work truck that I just bought recently, 2012 F150 2wd with 154k. One of my friends helped me to make the process go faster. He was doing the driver side front, and had the rotor, caliper and pads on. The whole assembly was turned to the passenger side, so he grabbed it by hand and turned it so it would face out so he could put the tire on. I was talking to him and as he did it I noticed the steering wheel freespin very quickly, as one would expect, as he turned it. It locked in place, as would be expected. We finished the job and test drove it after. All seemed fine. My question is, could the steering wheel spinning so fast with the truck not started have caused any unseen damage? I tend to worry too much when it comes to vehicles, I am aware.
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