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Old 08-24-2011
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Rack and Pinion

I have a 1999 Ford Ranger XLT 2WD, 3L V6. I have to replace the seal on the drivers side of the rack and pinion. The boot has been leaking for the past 3 or 4 monthes. I have already bought the seal kit but have never replaced the seals on a rack and pinion before. Does anyone have any advice or guidelines for me, or even a manual. Anything would help!
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That was weird. 3 threads and now only 1.
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Originally Posted by morris View Post
That was weird. 3 threads and now only 1.
The others were deleted.

OP no need to post multiple threads, just one will do. Welcome to the site by the way!
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