Checking steering-rack security

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Clamps or brackets secure the steering rack to the front cross member or bulkhead.

Most modern cars have rack-and-pinion steering gear, mounted across the car. Usually the rack housing is fixed to the front cross member or bulkhead.

The rack is held by clamps with rubber bushes, and any looseness here will allow the rack housing to move from side to side when the steering wheel is turned.

Depending on how the rack is situated, you may have to inspect the mountings from above and below. Drive the front wheels of the car up on ramps, apply the handbrake and chock the rear wheels.