I went to turn and lost my sterring ,wheel just turns nothing happens?

Asked by May 21, 2014 at 06:04 AM about the 2000 Chrysler 300M

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Sounds like the steering shaft or rack and pinion failed. Do not continue to drive and have it towed to the nearest garage.

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Do what Tom said! You're risking life and limb. Not only to yourself but others on the road.

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there are two bolts holding the upper tie rods to the rack and pinion steering assembly. Both of these sheered off and I had zero steering. That's probably what happened to you. It's not a cheap fix, but you won't roll without it. My neighbor has a 300m and had the same problem.

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