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Heavy steering while care is stationary.

I own a Jeep Wrangler 1995. I feel that the car steering is heavy when i turn to the right or left while the car is stationary. However, when i increase the engine speed by pressing the accelerator, it is ok. Ihave check that the belt is tight, the steering pressure switch is a new one and working (this helps the idling speed to increase a little when i turn the steering). How to resolve this problem? Thank you for your reply.

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At idle speed the the pressere deliver by your steering pump are low; try to modified your pulley to increase the speed at low idle.

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