When you turn the steering wheel, you expect your front wheels to turn in the intended direction. That's only possible because of a complex combination of different components. Your steering wheel attaches to the steering column, which itself connects to a flange and then to the rack and pinion or power steering system. There are other components that play an important role, too. For instance, the power steering pump sends fluid into the steering rack, which helps make turning your wheels easier. If a single component in your steering system fails, it could have dangerous repercussions. Without the ability to steer accurately, your life is in danger while on the road. Over time, most of your steering system suffers from wear and tear. Power steering pumps can fail. Fluid lines can burst. Seals can fail and begin leaking. It's important that your power steering system be inspected during regular maintenance to watch for signs of problems before they become dangerous issues. If you need to replace any of these components, it's important to use genuine OEM parts. Mopar steering components offer a precision fit and deliver the longevity and reliability that you need. Don't accept second best. Explore our selection of Mopar parts below.
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