If your vehicle has begun to have issues with steering, making noise as you turn the wheel or requiring more muscle to steer around those tight city corners, you may have a problem on the horizon with the Chrysler steering rack. Often the symptoms of trouble are intermittent, much more pronounced when the vehicle is cold, and then subsiding as the vehicle warms. This is most certainly a temporary reprieve, as such a problem will not disappear on its own. If these symptoms do appear, even fleetingly, the Chrysler steering rack will need a good inspection to check for damage. Most often, the first sign of imminent failure in the Chrysler steering rack is a leak of power steering fluid, usually from the seals or the steering rack boots. Often such a leak is not immediately noticeable, especially if it is a small one, as the fluid may gather in the Chrysler steering rack boot until it becomes full enough to overflow. If this is the case, a noticeable puddle of fluid under the vehicle may not form right away. The best way to determine whether your Chrysler steering rack is leaking is by keeping careful track of the level of power steering fluid in the reservoir, monitoring for a loss of fluid to indicate a leak. If your Chrysler steering rack is developing problems, prompt replacement can avoid the danger and hassle of failure as you drive, making the vehicle very difficult to control. We carry a selection of quality Chrysler steering rack replacements in our online catalog, all at very affordable prices. Our secure site will make it safe and easy to order your Chrysler steering rack or our toll-free phone line can help you just as efficiently.