Question about 1999 Toyota Corolla
Horn and cruise control not working after replacing steering rack
Look for the wire you may have knocked loose.
I assume you already checked the fuses & relay for them?
Posted on Dec 11, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
when it comes to the power steering hose I would say just do it yourself. As for the rack and pinion it will probably cost you quite a few hours of labor. anywhere from 5-9. Its up to you!
Posted on Oct 19, 2009
SOURCE: had the rack and pinion
while replacing a rack on any car with a airbag made into the steering column you have to make sure the steering wheel does not move while changing out the rack.......if it moves buy itself or lets just say someone was to move it for a joke and it gets out of position and after you put everything back together and turn the steering all the way the wires in the spiral cable will stretch and break...i have seen this happen all the time when you are working on the steering system....the spiral cable will turn 2.5 turns in each direction when you are installing a new one and if it is installed .5 to 1 turn out then when you drive the car and turn the wheel lock to lock the wires are going to stretch and break.....i would have to say that whoever installed the rack has caused all of your other problems and if it was the company i work for they would take care of it for you...i hope that this info was helpful and if i can help you in any other way let me know and if you would also let me and fixya know if i was of any help to you and a comment and a comment would be appreciated...thanks and good luck...have a blessed day......
Posted on Aug 16, 2011
Does the power steering have fluid in it. Is the belt on the pump. With it running take the cap off of the pump and see if fluid is moving around. If u feel the steering knucle is to tight u can also take the tie rod off and see if it turns free. Also go back to who fixed it and say its not right, Make it right. Most garages give 12 month or 12.000 mile warranty.
Posted on Jun 15, 2012
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