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Powersteering my 300zx is jacked up off the the groung the whole front end to burp the power steering resivoir and with the car on and off the steering feels exactly the same the notchie feel what can it be?thanks

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It could be the rack bushings - take a look and see if they're worn (it shouldn't be hard to see them with the car up in the air). If they are, they won't anchor the rack as they should, so some of the notchiness could be play in the bushings as the rack itself shifts while you turn the wheel.

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