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Rusting front tire mount inside the engine compartment

The wheel mount under the hood on the front left side is rusting through and cracking. Is this problem fixable or should I get rid of the car.

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You mean the strut tower sheet metal?

Your not going to be fixing any body rust,
unless you have the skill to do yourself
& can weld

Posted on Dec 01, 2012

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More than likely you'll need to install some spacers to prevent the rubbing... 

Posted on Jan 15, 2009

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SOURCE: very loud "rubbing " sound when driving only

you did damage to the wheel bearing i bet it sounds like a airplane sound. also if you steering wheel is off 7"then have front end aligned because this will destroy the tires and they will make noise.

Posted on Mar 29, 2009

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Have the front end checked out. There is a history of lower ball joint problems. It may also just be the alignment. It shouldn't have an effect on your 4wd unless the tires are of different sizes.

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SOURCE: 1998 dodge neon front disc brakes

Does your car have rear disc brakes? If so, it is likely a failure of the emergency brake that is inside the rear disc.

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SOURCE: Power steering reservoir had been

The fluid is shooting out of a hose or the steering box input shaft seal. These seals are under high pressure when the wheels are turned. And when they leak, the can spray fluid several feet. The fluid is traveling back to the exhaust as well as other heated components and this is why you have the smoke coming from unusual places. An inspection of the hoses is the first place to start, they will leak right from the crimped coupling on the end of the hose as well as at or near the bends of a hose. The seal will be easy to spot leaking when you look at the gear box while someone turns the wheel. I recommend goggles for eye protection while performing this inspection.

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Inside the transmission behind side cover
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REMOVAL

  1. Disconnect and isolate the battery negative cable.
  2. Remove the engine fresh air housing inside the engine compartment.
  3. Disconnect the washer hose at the in-line connector forward of the cowl grille so that the in-line connector remains with the washer hose from the fresh air plenum.
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