Question about 2000 Chrysler LHS
I believe you're dealing with two separate issues...
1: Something "Popping"... Take a look at the inner bushings on the lower control arms. They may be worn and allowed to slide forward and back. This was the case on my 2000 LHS. New part was only $45 and it took less than an hour to change each side.
2: Something "Rubbing"... My best guess would be to look at the rubber that surrounds the rack&pinion as it comes through the inner fender. That flap (those flaps) often tear off and might be rubbing on the inside of your right wheel as you turn left.
Posted on Jul 28, 2008
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