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the belt is loose.
the pump is bad
the fluid is full of air. read the FSM
read the steps to purge air from P/S system.
so why was it low this fluid, it should not have been.
my guess you mean its hard to turn, no power assist.
when P/S fails it still works 100% manually , just harder.
is it singing to you, that is air bubbles, in the loop.
Hi Shannon, befor you dive in and replace the indicator switch I would suggest you check the flasher unit. To replace the indicator switch you will need to remove the steering wheel (this usually means using a puller) Don't forget to punch match marks on the steering wheel and the column which must be aligned when assembling. Remove the steering wheel center cover. then the covers on the steering column Removed the screws (usually four) holding the stalk switch. don't forget to disconnect the battery and the wiring connection to the stalk switch. After replacing the assembly is opposite.to dismantling. Regards John
Hi, what you are currently witnessing is a wiring problem which maybe as a result of some melted wires coming in touch with one another therefore bridging and performing the functions of one another just like the a/c coming up whenever you put on the headlight.
You need to, if electrically inclined check the wires to see where the bridge of contact is occurring or where you have bad wire to replace them or take it to the Auto shop where it can be fixed...
first off the center cover needs to be removed from the steerin wheel. some can be pulled off and some have screws on the back side you remove then the cover will come off. once you determine that be careful the covers have control wires that are attached to it that go into the column. gently push in on the connector and turn counter clock wise and the wire will come out with the cover.you can usually rent a steerin whell puller from your local parts store and and use it to remove the steerin wheel after you have removed the nut holdin the steerin wheel on. if you dont have the puller, you can back the nut off to where its flush with the steerin shaft, then turn counter clock wise approximately another quarter turn and take a hammer and strike the nut and this usually breaks the steering wheel lose from the shaft. let me know.