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On the surface, steering seems simple, you turn the wheel, the car turns, however, the Steering wheel is just an ergonomic tip of the iceberg.
All of the work actually performed is out of sight, and as a result often out of mind. We sell a wide variety of Steering Racks, Steering Gaiter, Track Rods, U Joints & Shafts, Pedals Control Parts, Power Steering Conversion and more!
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What are the most common issues with Porsche
Low Power Steering Fluid - Low Power Steering Fluid is one of the most common issues that you’ll have as a driver.
Your car will need its power steering fluid topped-up every once in a while, to ensure that the Hydraulic Power Steering System continues to function smoothly.
Power Steering Fluid leaks - If you continually add more Power Steering Fluid to your car, but it doesn’t seem to help, you may have a Power Steering Leak. Power Steering Fluid is typically clear or pink.
So, it is worth keeping an eye out for either coming being deposited on the ground where you park your car.
Failing Steering Rack Mount - Most modern cars use a “Rack-and-Pinion” Steering System.
Rack mounting bushings are attached to the steering wheel, and move side-to-side to absorb impacts from the suspension.
If the steering rack begins to wear out, you may notice” jerking of the wheel when going over bumps, inconsistent steering or “clunking” sounds in the steering column, Clicking or popping noises may also be present.
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