Question about 2005 Toyota ECHO
Today I drove my car to the store and I found it significantly difficult to steer. I thought that it had to do with the snow around my wheel. I had someone help me remove it in the parking lot however, it is still quite stiff. Removing the snow did help a bit maybe.
Look at the amount of power steering fluid in your power steering pump.
If it is low, then add until a normal level.
If you don't know how to check or add fluid correctly get help in doing so.
If this does not help, then have the Power Steering Pump Tested by a mechanic.
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
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