Question about 1999 Dodge Stratus
Could be that the pivot bearing on the top of one of the struts has packed up. It means taking the strut out and compressing the spring to get at it, not the easiest or safest job. Before doing this have a look at the ends of the steering rack and make sure that the steering arms enter and exit in the centre of each end. Sometimes if the steering action becomes laboured it can be as a result of the bearing at one end of the rack giving up and the associated steering arm begins to drag against the inside of the rack end. In this instance it might be possible to have a new bearing fitted rather than replace the whole rack.
Posted on Nov 11, 2010
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