bad bushings on the rack mount making it loose hence turning stering wheel will make it loose and bounce
== Have the rack/box pipes been tampered with? Is it manual or power steering? Does this happen whilst driving or if the vehicle is stationery? www.powerbrakeandsteering.co.za
A rack end is the part of a steering system (rack-and-pinion-steering) that connects a steering rack to the tie rod (track rod/connecting rod) which connects to the wheel. In a simple steering system, there are four parts: steering rod - rack (this is the one that works with the pinion gear) - rack end - tie rod
Variable ratio (VR) steering means that the ratio between the steering wheel and the wheels (tires) is not constant. Depending on the position of the steering wheel the car wheels may be more or less sensitive to steering wheel rotation. Practically, when you drive straight (steering wheels in neutral position) the steering ratio is about 2 times higher compare to steering ration when you are parking (steering wheels is away from neutral position). Variable ratio rack and pinion is used in VR steering. It was originally invented in Australia and later improved in the USA. Variable ratio rack and pinion software is used for calculation of the complex tooth surface of the vr rack.
The steering wheel is connected to a shaft that goes out of the passenger compartment and into the engine compartment. At the end of that shaft there is a gear that is called a pinion gear. The pinion gear meshes with the steering rack [gear] that runs left and right on bottom of car behind engine. The rack is responsible for pushing tires left & right (via other parts that connect rack to wheels) as you turn steering wheel.
it depends on what you mean by not to turn. side to side or move forward backwards.(stall) if you driving and when you turn the steering wheel the vehicle stops moving then the problem may be your cv axles some how disconecting from the transaxle. if you mean you turn the steering wheel and the wheels don't do anything then your rack and pinion is bad,or your steering column or u joints are loose/disconected. also check where the column and rack interlock sometimes that screw strips and the steering wheel turns but it would not transfer the motion to the rack. how does the steering wheel feels. same,loose,keeps turning endlessly?
In an older vehicle with Pittman steering, a certain amount of steering wheel play is normal. In a newer vehicle with rack and pinion steering (and almost all cars now have it) only a tiny bit of play is normal. More than that should be checked - it's possible part of the steering column is damaged, and the car may be unsafe to drive. If your car is a later model with rack and pinion, and there is enough steering wheel play to notice, get it checked out, pronto.
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