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What are instructions for and how difficult is it to replace rack-pinion steering on 4-cylinder 1997 Toyota Camry?

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2005-11-29 17:06:25
2005-11-29 17:06:25

This is not a simple job.It takes about two hours just to remove it,and I would not attempt it without putting the car on a lift. My advise:take it to a mechanic who has done it before......

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