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Steering Repair
in Rochester, MN


Steering Repair in Rochester, MN


Building Relationships One Vehicle at a Time

"It is our joy to Build Relationships One Vehicle At A Time! In doing so, we have developed an outstanding team of customer service advisors and technicians who work hard to take care of you and your vehicle. We have designed our facility with you in mind, thinking of both convenience and comfort—hoping that you will feel at home the minute you walk through our doors. We look forward to your upcoming visit and thank you for allowing our team to take care of you and your vehicle(s)." - Jeremy & Jeana Babcock

Your Steering Is Important

As important as acceleration and braking are to your driving experience, they mean nothing without the ability to control your direction. Your steering system enables you to point your vehicle in the direction you want to go, while maintaining fluid control of your vehicle.
There are different kinds of steering systems depending on your type of vehicle. Many trucks, full-size SUVs and heavy-duty vehicles use a recirculating ball steering system— essentially a worm shaft that moves the sector shaft— to control your steering direction. Most passenger cars and light-duty trucks and SUVs use a rack and pinion design, where the steering shaft moves the steering gear side to side inside a tube connected to the wheels. In both systems, pressurized power steering fluid assists in making the steering motion as easy as possible.
Another increasingly popular steering system is electric power steering. Primarily used with rack and pinion systems, it provides steering assist with an electric motor, instead of a hydraulic power steering fluid system.
Any type of steering system is crucial to your overall driving ability. If just one part is worn, leaking or loose, your vehicle control can be compromised, and you’ll need steering repairs.

Timely Steering Repair Serves You Well

Because the steering system is closely tied to your vehicle’s safe operation, every problem you experience should be addressed immediately. If you ignore a symptom such as a loose steering feel, binding when you’re turning, clunking or rattling, or lack of power steering assist, you may be putting yourself at risk of an accident.
If you experience any of these symptoms, or if you are concerned about your steering ability in any way, obtain steering repair work without delay. If left for too long, a loose tie rod can separate, or leaking power steering fluid could make you lose control of your steering. Any of this can be easily avoided in the right time.

How We Take Care of Your Steering

At Babcock Auto Care, your steering repairs are performed by knowledgeable ASE-Certified Master Technicians with years of experience. We know how to perform steering repairs and service on all types of steering systems, whether your Chevrolet Cobalt has electric power steering assist issues, your Dodge Caravan is leaking power steering fluid from its hoses, or your Ford F-150 shows excessive play in the steering wheel.
Our aim is to ensure your driving safety in all conditions. We always use high-quality parts and fluids for your steering repair, while employing industry-standard repair methods. We back all our steering repairs with the best warranty in the business.

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Why Our Customers Love Us

  • Best Warranty
    3 years/36,000 Miles for Your Peace of Mind
  • AAA Approved Auto Repair
    with Applicable Discounts & Financing Available
  • Beautiful Customer Lounge
    for Your Comfort & Free WiFi for Your Convenience
  • Customer Rewards Program
    Designed to Save You Money
  • Outstanding Customer Service Team
    Striving for 100% Satisfaction
  • Courtesy Shuttle Service
    and Rental Car Discounts
  • Knowledgeable & Certified ASE Technicians
    for Every Vehicle Make

• Quality Fluids •

• Digital Inspections on iPads •

• Factory Parts & Components •

• 3 Year / 36,000 Mile Warranty •


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Babcock Auto Care

Babcock Auto Care
14512 Lee Rd
Rochester, MN 20151