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Changing rack n pinion on a 99 Plymouth voyager

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Take off both tie rod ends their are 2 nuts on the bottom their is two power steering lines on the passenger side when you have the lines off the rack will just pull off the steering rod when you put it back in you line up your steering wheel on the inside

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behind the air bag is what is called a clock spring, it supplies power to all of those functions, chances are when the rack n pinon was replaced the steering wheel was not locked and it turned too many times, and it broke the connection behind there. so chances are you will need a clock spring. if you had it done at a repair shop I would bring it back and have them repair it.

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SOURCE: changing rack and pinion. how do it out of there?

You have to drop the rear subframe down to remove the rack and pinion

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It's not to terrible there are not a lot of bolts to take out but you need to be able to get it up high enough to SAFELY get under the car. There are four bolts that hold the rack to the fire wall, The steering column shaft usually has a flat side so you can only put it together one way, your new rack may not come with new tie rod ends so if it doesn't buy two new ones. and measure the length of the tie rod adjustment as close as you can on the old unit so that the tow in will be close when you're all done. Also, you'll want to have the alignment check afterward just to be sure.

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