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"sticky" steering My 2005 civic's steering seems to have a type of jolty-steering play at low speeds.

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Probably a loose power steering belt or low power steering fluid reservoir.

Posted on Dec 04, 2008

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Hello! This is a known problem that is addressed by the following Technical Service Bulletin...Guru...saailer

Subject:Steering System Moan, Groan, Shudder and/or Vibration Type Noise During Low Speed Turning Maneuvers (Replace Steering Gear) #04-02-32-007A - (12/01/2004) Models:2004-2005 Buick Rainier
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