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Old 10-15-2006
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Steering rack leaking really bad at the torn boot.

The boot has a hole in it causing all fluid to come right out. But I have a question about it. Is the boot actually supposed to hold the fluid in or is there a seal that failed? I know they're dust boots, so I'm confused.

Does anybody know where I can get that seal?
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no, there shouldnt be any fluid in the boot. you are corect, there is a seal gone bad.
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and the only way to fix this is to replace the rack and pinion.
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Ive been through this twice, time for a new rack and pinion..
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