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Rattle steering wheel

Steering wheel rattle feels like something loose in dase

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    steering whel doesn't lock on 04 chevy tahoe

  • Anonymous Mar 15, 2014

    when gear is moved to D, i can turn my wheel for 2 or 3 seconds then handle feels loose and i can turn. why or how to fix this?

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Sounds like your intermediate steering shaft. Its the slip shaft that runs thru the firewall. They have a slip-stick condition that makes a horrible rattle that you can feel in the wheel. Its a pretty easy repair. Just make sure the steering wheel dosen't spin while you are changing it.

Good Luck

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