Mercedes-Benz E320 Problem Report

Mercedes-Benz E320 Squeak in Steering Column Due to Rubber Boot or Seal

(42 reports)

A squeak from the steering column is often related to a rubber boot in the column or a seal in the power steering rack.

Squeaking steering wheel. -
Squeaking sound and feel when turning the wheel. Wasn't fixed. Told the whole steering column would have to be removed. -
When steer to either right or left a squeaky noise is generated -
Squeaking sound when turning the steering wheel. -
Squeaky steering wheel just started and it sounds like plastic grinding together. Very loud noise. -
dry squeak sound when steering wheel is turned -
When it first starts is squeaks and when I shift it from reverse to to drive I hear a loud clunking in my trunk -
I have the same problem -
steering wheel squeaks when turning in one direction or another. -
same as above -
I hear a very loud obnoxious squeeking coming from my steering wheel / suspension whenever I turn or go over a bump. I just bought the car used and within a week this was happening. the sales guys must have known of a mickey mouse just long enough to sell in -
Its not fixed -
doesn't always have the rubbing sound usually when it's warm out. -
this is exacly what is happening to my car. -
Sweaky starring colume. Blower motor don't work and shift lever is loose -
Steering wheel squeaks when making turns, super obnoxious. -
Constant squeak, more like plastic rubbing together and not metal. It is coming from the steering column and does not matter if you turn the wheel or not...constant squeak. -
The MB dealer just oil the bushing and It still has sounds when turns. -
squeaking sound when turning steering wheel -
squeking noise when i turn stearing wheel. very annoying -
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