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Old 10-12-2012, 04:53 PM   #1
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Default Popping in steering with dead spot in wheel

So I just had my 2012 Screw (with 2600 miles on it) in the shop to have the steering looked at. Here were the symptoms:
Popping in the steering around 90 degrees from center
About 1 inch of slop in the steering wheel from left to right

Diagnosis: The U-joint in the lower steering shaft failed and was replaced.

Just figured I would post this up in case anyone else had similar issues.
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