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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
pretty decent job ahead first jack up car support with jack stands remove front wheels remove nuts on tie rod ends remove tie rod ends from spindles with tie rod end tool or tap with malet were they sit to loosen them hit the spindle area not the tie rod or tie rod threads then dissconnect power steering lines from steering rack also disconect steering linkage to rack there should be 2 main bolts holding assembly to frame remove them should free rack i know that car may have a unique design were u may have to remove inner tie rod ends first if it has those round bushings that always go bad disconect inner tie rod ends behind engine on top of steering rack then remove rack from wheel well replace those inner tie rod bushings u may be able to leave outer tie rod end connected to spindles and u may be able to get to the sterring rack from behind engine good luck
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
SOURCE: rack and pinion or steering kit
your vehicle has a transverse mounted engine and most newer vehicls have rack and pinion steering versus a shaft going to a gear box with a drag link and sway bar type steering system. most full size suvs have the gear box set up. some suvs like dodge durango have both a gear box and a rack and pinion. your vehicle has only the rack and pinion
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
is the unit for tha modle year ? is it a universal or oem replacement? the shop you got it at should have the matching lines, how ever if time is agance you try a hose building centre they may be able to provide an adaptor to match your hose
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
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it is sort of a strange deal but you have to remove the cowl and the wiper assembly and access it through there. You can get the step by step instructions from autozone
Posted on Oct 11, 2009
SOURCE: a little play in rack and pinion
IF RACK GOES OUT YOU HAVE EXCESSIVE PLAY IN THE STEERING DUE TO WORN RACK..OR POOR RETURN OF STEERING WHEEL TO THE CENTER.BEFORE BUYING A NEW RACK PINION.CHECK RACK MOUNTING BOLTS FOR LOOSENESS.CHECK RACK PINION MOUNTING GROMMET.ALSO CHECK FOR LOOSE WORN TIE ROD ENDS.IF WORN THEY WILL CAUSE PLAY IN STEERING WHEEL.
Posted on Jun 19, 2010
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