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2004 town & country steering shaft seal

Have a growling sound when I steer. Manual says to grease steering shaft seal. Where is the steering shaft seal located?

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  • flyboy233 Dec 14, 2008

    I have the same problem. Acts like the Rack and Pinion Steering is going out. Has anyone had it fixed? DO you know the cost?

  • Anonymous Mar 30, 2014

    Steer fluid

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Check the power steering fluid level. What you describe could be the noise made when fluid level is low. It's not good for the pump, so if that's the problem, fill to proper level, check for leaks, as it shouldn't be losing fluid. countrycurt0

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