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Chevy Tracker Steering and Suspension

I need a picture of both the under carriage steering system and the suspension system on my Chevy Tracker

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    My 2000 Chevy Tracker steering feels like it is catching when I turn. There is very little power assist occuring while this is happening. There are no noises.



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Please rate me "almost there"....this is all I can find...I have a component drawing...
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