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What holds the rack to the car its like its not monted

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CHECK RACK AND PINION MOUNTING BRACKETS FOR MISSING OR LOOSE BOLTS.

Posted on Oct 15, 2010

  • bloodhoundsa Oct 15, 2010

    where are the mounting brackets

  • Jonah Oneal Oct 15, 2010

    mounting brackets would be located near each boot.

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My abs light is on the check engine light is on the traction control is on trac off is on, i was told i have a leak in the intake manifold and i have had 3 power steering racks put in this car i have only...


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Put the car on jack stands and take off one of the tires. Put the jack under the rear of the engine cradle. You have to loosen the steering column set screw at the steering rack and loosen the two front bolts that hold the engine cradle to the chassis. Take the two rear cradle bolts almost all the way off and lower the cradle until you can wiggle the sway bar out. The steering will disconnect.
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