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Replacing the Power Steering

I'm not quite sure. My brother gave me his 1999 Voyager because he purchased a new car. He believes that there's some problem with the power steering, that it may be either the belt, or the entire power steering. Are either expensive to replace?Thank you,

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  • Mike Butler
    Mike Butler May 11, 2010

    Is it leaking power steering fluid , or steering won't turn , or what symptoms are you experiencing?

  • carhob May 11, 2010

    best bet is bring it in for an estimate,could be rack and pinion,could be pump,there the most expensive parts,could be leaking hose or belt.



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Belt is cheap. power steering pump is cheap (find a good used one a salvage yard) power steering rack is a bit more expensive and more involved to replace. you really need to know what is bad. make sure the fluid is full first. any noises?

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