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Clicking noise in steering column. I've a clicking noise in the steering column when I move the steering wheel a little bit.

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First disconnect the negative on the battery because you have to remove the air bag. The bolts for the air bag are on the back side of the steering wheel normally 8 mm head on them and there might be some screws you will have to take out in the cruise control on the steering wheel as well. There also might be some more behind the plastic cruise control box to get the air bag out. There will be some wires you will have to unhook from the air bag. Next unhook the horn wires and remove the large nut that hold the steering wheel on. Then you will need a steering wheel puller you it to remove the steering wheel. Once you have that off you will see the clock spring which sounds like your problem. Good luck and 4 thumbs up id appreciated if this help

Posted on Dec 01, 2010

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SOURCE: Clicking or knocking sound when turning the steering wheel

Sounds like a cv shaft or cv joint

Posted on Mar 20, 2009

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SOURCE: popping and clicking in 2003 dodge durango

i believe there is a replacement steering shaft from dodge to get rid of this noise,the dakotas have the same problem,it comes from the shaft design and the flex of the body mounts when u accel or deccel,hope this helps

Posted on Sep 05, 2009

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SOURCE: 2006 Grand Caravan I switch the turn signal on and turn the wheel

it is the return cam located inside of the steering wheeel. Some are a part of the turn signal stalk and some are a part of the back side of the steering wheel.

Posted on Oct 03, 2009

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SOURCE: Clicking noise in front end 2001 dodge ram 4x4

hey so i had the same problem....i did a full 180 while mudding on accident....i was going straight into a big muddy feild took it too fast, lost control, over corrected it and ended up rolling backwards while in drive still.....terrible clicking sound, loud as it checked out, it was a shattered driveshaft...set me back 700$$!!!

Posted on Oct 22, 2009

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Open the hood, and get someone to wiggle the steering wheel, and using a good torch, check the lower steering column joint, for any free play, or if you can hear or feel, the clicking, and check all the clamp bolts and nuts.

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