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    My jeep moo's when I turn the steering wheel.

    My jeeps steering wheel maybe column moo's when it turn it, not all the time but most of the time. It sounds like it could be a rubber gasket??

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    I think I found the issue.

    Last edited by DaveTJ99; 11-06-2015 at 10:02 AM.

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    sorry but thats funny lol
    IM GOING TO FECAL IN YOUR GARDEN

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    does it moo to the left...
    or
    does it moo to the right....


    sorry just mooing around!
    a learning experience is one of those things that says, you know that thing you just did...don't do that again.

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    My heep moo's too, just sick my dog on it once in a while and it runs away

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    try topping up the power steering pump and chase the cow away.bubba

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    sound from the column or under the hood?

    under the hood....maybe broken clock spring turning on the horn???

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    I think Bubba might be herding in the right direction......mine mooing a bit as well and Bubba's recommendation is exactly what I'm going to try.
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    My daughter had a Saturn with a similar issue, it was a rubber grommet where the column goes thru the firewall. Try and stick your head under the dash while you create the noise.

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    Fluid is good, new power steering line as well, has done it since I got it. I will check for a rubber seal for sure. You guys a too funny! Haha

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    If my jeep moo'd..I would probably BBQ it. just saying.

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    Seems like old macdonald has a Jeep

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    LOL mine did the same thing when I had it, it was the steering wheel rubbing against the plastic column cover behind it.

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