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Old 05-18-2013, 12:59 AM   #1
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Default Steering rack and pinion possible problem.

My front end has had some noise I checked it today and the rack and pinion moves about a quarter of an inch when the steering wheel is cranked hard one way or the other. I've heard there is supposed to be a small amount of flex and I've heard that there isn't. Is the quarter inch of play something I need to worry about or is it normal? Can I just retighten the bolts? What are the torque specs on those bolts?

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