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1999 Chrysler LHS Base 4dr Sedan

1999 Chrysler LHS
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Front Wheel Drive, 4 Door Sedan, Large
18 mpg city / 27 mpg hwy
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June 19, 2013, 8:16 pm

Michael M
 

Question: 2001 chrysler lhs

I have a 2001 chrysler lhs with speed proportional rack n pinion and I had it replaced twice now and still having problems its makesaand knocking sound in the rack which moves the steering wheel it happen when decelerating and when starting and steering is stiff sometimes but perfect other times. My question could it be the seilnoid that controls hydraulic pressure be the cause


June 24, 2013, 1:21 pm

Ron W
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Possibly. If the rack was changed twice for the same issue, and made no difference, it would almost have to be the pump itself, the control valving or the computer making strange choices.

Since it is knocking, I would think it is more of a mechanical.hydraulic issue rather than an electrical/computer issue.


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