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I have a ford fusion with a P07AE code. The power steering

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I have a ford fusion with a P07AE code. The power steering assist wasn't working. I cleared the code and the power steering started working again. I inspected the bellows and the inner tie rod ends and everything seems okay. My wife started noticing a noise in the passenger side front end, can I assume I will need to replace the steering gear assembly in the near future?
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Ford
Expert:  Chris (aka- Moose) replied 2 years ago.

If the noise is coming from a internally damaged rack then yes that may be a future repair. If its a noise from one of the joints like a inner or outer tie rod end, then those can be replaced alone.

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Thanks Chris