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Did anyone ever have the steering go out on a 1994 Chrysler Concorde The steering wheel turns but the tires do not turn after a snapping noise was heard like the steering axles broke?


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2010-09-04 06:54:20
2010-09-04 06:54:20

I have a 1999 Chrysler Concorde. I had the same problem where my steering wheel turned but had no tension left in it and didnt turn the tires. What had happened in my car is the bolt holding the tie rods onto the steering component had broken in half (Pretty much sheered). All that needed to be done was I had to get a new bolt from Chrysler for like 20 bucks and then go down to where the steering component connects to the tie rods and replace the bolt. I had to actually take the whole component out as part of the old bolt was stuck in the component. After we got the old bolt out we just put the component back in connected the tie rods to the new bolt and put everything back to where it was supposed to be.


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