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1965 mustang p/s vibration

Hello. i have a problem with the p/s on this old mustang. it seems the p/s control valve that controls the hydraulic ram was replaced because it was leaking fluid. now the steering wheel kind of vibrates when turning either way with the car at a stop. the control valve was replaced again but the problem is still there. anyone know how i would go about diagnosing something like this? thank you

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  • dgtypex1 Nov 18, 2008

    hey marcus902, did you fix this problem? if so, how. thanks

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I had a similar problem but I had replaced my powersteering pump it had an internal leak that caused a surge at idle.

Posted on Nov 17, 2008

  • marcus902 Nov 18, 2008

    Replacing the pump took care of the problem for me I had also went through one control valve before changing the pump.

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