Question about 10-11 Sebring 200 2 Tire Pressure Sensors TPMS OEM Used 56029526AA
Posted by Anonymous on
There is no adjustment for the "tightness" of any rack and pinion system on any vehicle. If there is excessive play in the steering system, it could be one of several components, each of which will need to be inspected. Worn parts must be replaced, they cannot be adjusted. An alignment, which is an adjustment, cannot be properly performed if there are loose or worn parts in the steering system.
If your rack-and-pinion steering assembly is loose, you need a new one.
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