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Steering on jeep

Jerking to right an left

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Could you be aliitle more specific than that?? I'd love to help if I had more information.

Posted on Jun 13, 2008

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sound like your powersteering pump or steering rack and pinion
could be bad.i would say it is your rack and pinion because if your pump was bad your steering would be real hard to turn instead of being jerky.jerking is usally the sign of a bad rack
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