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    Steering Cable

    Is it possible to lubricate a steering cable on a 2006 GTIse??

    Steering on the wifes ski is starting to become a tad bit to tight for her...


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    I tried it on an old RXP I had when the steering cable started to get tight the lube didn't really do much and I ended up replacing the cable.

    Doesn't cost anything to try lubing it first though.

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    Better off just replacing it...have you checked to see if there is anything in the pump area to create drag??have you looked up under the column to see if there isnt anything restricting it from moving up there too...Just some things to look at first.....Maybe disconnect the cable from the steering and see if there isnt something hanging the bars up too...

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