Question about Dodge Caravan
Sorry accidentally postee as a comment. Its the steering rack making noise. You can remove the pinch bolt to the i shaft and rock the steering wheel back and forth to confirm it. If the noise goes away with it unhooked, then its in the gear. Chevy has an updated upper rack housing, inlet hose, and says to flush the system and use dexron 6 atf. Make sure its bled well.
Posted on Dec 07, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Take a peak under your van. Check your sway bar bushings. Those like to wear out on those vans. It it's a high pitched squeal, there are bearings that the steering shaft rides on. Those might be squeaking on you. If you remove the lower panels on the driver's side, you can spray a good lubricant on the shaft bearings and it may quiet the sqeaking down.
Posted on Aug 10, 2008
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