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Steering wheel hard to turn. repairman said it was the rack o pinion. wants a arm and leg to fix it. part # 99972 What is fair price to Remove and Replace Steering Gear ( complete). New part price. used part price. 4door 4cyl 2000 chev tracker

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$775.00 to 875.00 New. Not much difference to go used. For any warranty issues dont go used unless it's way cheeper.

Posted on Jul 11, 2009

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