If you have noticed changes in the steering performance of your vehicle, especially if it is steering hard at times, you may need to check your Honda steering rack. As the Honda steering rack begins to fail it can have intermittent symptoms, such as hard steering and noises, especially when it is cold, that may subside temporarily as the vehicle warms. When the Honda steering rack has begun to have trouble, it will often develop leaks of the power steering fluid from the seals or the steering rack boots. These leaks may not be immediately obvious, as the fluid will often leak into the boots, collecting there until they are full and begin to overflow. A careful inspection can be necessary to find a slow leak in the Honda steering rack. Generally, if the Honda steering rack has begun to leak, replacement is necessary. Often the best way to find such a leak is with the careful monitoring of the level of power steering fluid in the reservoir for several days, if it is losing fluid, you have a leak in the system. If you are hearing grinding or whining noises as you turn the steering wheel, especially during slow speed maneuvers such as parking, these sounds can indicate failing Honda steering rack as well. If you have noticed these symptoms appearing in your vehicle, prompt replacement is important to avoid a dangerous failure of the Honda steering rack. We carry a selection of quality Honda steering rack replacements in our online catalog at great prices. Our secure site makes ordering easy and safe or our toll-free phone line can conveniently take your Honda steering rack order as well.