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Internal seal in the Rack & Pinion steering. You probably shouldn't drive it until you get it fixed.

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The lowest multiple of any number is the number itself.

It is a wheel and axle. the steering wheel itself is a wheel and the axle is the steering collum.

If it's a whole-number "multiple" and the number itself is positive,then the multiple is always greater than the number itself.

The least multiple of any integer is itself.

A prime number is a multiple of itself and one.

For a shape to tile a plane, it must be capable of sharing a border with a copy of itself. Circles cannot do this; two circles which do not overlap touch in at most one point.

Sure. 2 is a multiple of 1 and itself.

The lowest multiple of a number is the number itself. As:- number x 1 = the number itself

A prime number is both a factor of itself and also a multiple of itself.

The helm on a boat refers to the location of the steering gear, and the steering gear, itself.

Since 24 is a multiple of 3 and a multiple of itself, it is a common multiple of them both.

Since 30 is a multiple of 5 and a multiple of itself, it is a common multiple of them both.

15 is both a multiple and a factor of itself.

1 is only a multiple of itself.

The smallest multiple of a number is itself.

It is built into/onto the power steering pump itself.

1,2,5 and itself

All of them.

The first one is 5x1=5 the next is 5x2=10 The number itself is always the first multiple. This is important because when finding a common multiple, one needs to consider the number itself as a multiple Example: Find the least common multiple of 5 and 10, the answer is 10 since it is a multiple of itself and 5xs2 is 10.

10 itself is a multiple of 5, so any multiple of 10 must also be a multiple of 5.

9 is the smallest multiple of 9. The smallest multiple of any integer is itself.

The least multiple of any number is the number itself.

The number itself is the first multiple.

16 is both a factor and a multiple of itself.

3, itself, satisfies the requirements.