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How to fix power steering failure for 2006 Mercury Marquie

Pulled into a parking space with no problems, when I got ready to leave, my power steering was OK as long as you were not turning. But when making a turn it was hard to do so. It was not like having no power steering at all, it was more like if you never had power steering on your car. The power steering pump was checked and found to be in good working order. What is the next area to go to?

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Check the auto belt tensioner. A slipping belt would cause this.
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have you checked the level of oil in the power steering? check it while the vehicle is running. and then add fluid accordingly

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If you have checked Power/Ground, and alls good look toward the Multi-Function Sw. (turn sig.sw) this is where everything get distributed at...as for your power loss when shifting, is it column/floor shifter ???? need to know....

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