Question about 1996 Dodge Intrepid
This could just that the rack and pinion mounting brackets were not tightened or they are worn. More likely the rubber in them needs to be replaced. Very cheap repair. Even with labor. Hope you didn't buy a whole new rack.
Posted on Feb 04, 2015
Hi you should replace the whole rack and pinion, as if any other part has damage, this will end up damaging the new parts and you will be back to stage one, i do not think it would be cost affective as well as the parts will possibly cost just as much as a new rack, also you would have labour charges to..hope this helps
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