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11-28-2005 03:39 PM
evilray Thanks a lot...worked like a champ
11-27-2005 01:18 PM
tjsooley
mine to

thanks for the info thats been pissing me off for months
11-24-2005 01:48 AM
willness33 X3! Mine sounded like angry ferrets when cold. Lube the rubber gasket with white lithium and you're good to go.
11-23-2005 12:51 PM
khenderson
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Originally Posted by MR.CLIFFORD
Look under your dash. There is a rubber grommet in the firewall where the steering shaft makes its way under the hood. Put some lube on the rubber grommet and be squeeky free.

i've had to do this before.....mine likes to be squeaky when it gets cold.
11-23-2005 08:50 AM
amerijeep
Quote:
Originally Posted by MR.CLIFFORD
Look under your dash. There is a rubber grommet in the firewall where the steering shaft makes its way under the hood. Put some lube on the rubber grommet and be squeeky free.
Hey! Sounds like good advice.
11-22-2005 10:36 PM
MR.CLIFFORD Look under your dash. There is a rubber grommet in the firewall where the steering shaft makes its way under the hood. Put some lube on the rubber grommet and be squeeky free.
11-22-2005 09:18 PM
amerijeep Could be anything causing it. Power steering pump, belt, all kinds of fron t end parts, etc. Do you know where it it coming from?
11-22-2005 09:10 PM
4Jeepn Might be an issue with something called the clock spring, I don't know enough to tell ya why it does or what the part looks like, just that I have heard it be the reason sometimes.
11-22-2005 08:46 PM
evilray
Squeaky Steering

Ive been having a problem with my '97 where the steering wheel likes to squeak a lot while turning. Was wondering if anyone else has had this problem and wether or not I should just hit it with WD 40 or any other kind of oil...thanks

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