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1999 Honda Accord steering problem

I have noticed over this past week that the automatic steering has become very stiff and actually can hold its own in a slight curve without returning to a neutral postion if I let go.... the power steering fluid checks out ok... is it a steering gear lubrication issue? some type of cv joint down there going bad?

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  • otepoti Jan 19, 2009

    Mine is stiff as well. I asked a mechanic and he says its either going to have to be a replacement of the steering rack or the EPS (Electromotive power steering unit) is playing up. The cost wasnt too inviting so hoping it wont be something too major then huh. That is worst case scenario. I have read that if you dont put int the correct power steering fluid then this too affects the steering. ie. leaks through seals.. hope this helps. im still on the look out for another diagnosis on mine.

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