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Old 11-19-2009, 03:23 PM   #1
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2002 SL2
Default Steering issues

After having some fun on a gravel road, 60mph of fun and an attempt at left-foot braking to be exact, my car is a bit creakier then it was before. It used to only be my rear struts that creaked, now all four of my struts creak. They're all original anyway and probably need to be replaced. Now, when I turn the wheel from side to side, especially at low speed/stopped, I hear a creaking sound. I'm thinking it's a bearing or something. But my rack is going bad also, it's been leaking fluid out the side for quite a while. Is it possible that the creaking is rack-related, or is it related to the column?

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