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Old 02-22-2011, 07:54 AM
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Just noticed this the other day while i was driving sounds like its coming from the steering column. When i turn my steering wheel just a lil bit i hear it. Is there something i can do maybe grease or anything that may help with this. Hopefully someone out there can tell me what i nned to do its driving me crazy
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Remove the column covers and see if the noise goes away . If it does , look to see if the steering wheel is rubbing the covers and adjust as necessary .
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Agree with above, also some silicone lube will do the trick (short term)
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