The steering box is one of the many crucial components that control the performance and handling of your Jeep Wrangler. Located at the lower end of the steering shaft, its primary purpose is to change the circular movement of the steering wheel into linear motion, which is needed to control the orientation of the front wheels. A normally rugged and durable part, they rarely wear out. More often than not, they can be adjusted. If your Jeep is pulling or drifting to one side on straightaways, there may be a problem with your Jeep Wrangler's steering box. If it cannot be adjusted, replacement is really the only option. Although the part is expensive, you can still save money if you order from us and do the work on your own.