what commonly goes in the steering?


Asked by Jan 28, 2008 at 07:23 PM about the 1999 Saturn S-Series 4 Dr SW1 Wagon

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Is it the pump? the rack? what makes it steer hard?

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An easy answer is all of those. The rack is always working as well as the pump, a pump going bad might make the rack work a little harder, witch will lead to it going sooner. As well as seals, they all go an any model from every maker, just depends on how soon. Milage, time, dirt, and abuse are all factors. A poop pump will also starve the system, it being the "heart", the hoses are the "veins" the rack being like the "organ". all needs to work together, if one part is weak the rest of the system feels it. Hope this helps.


... my fingers just aren't what they used to be.... 'A poop pump will also starve the system, it being the " well take poop and put poor in its place.... these fingers of mine.....

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