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Powersteering doesnt work when stopped or slowing

My powersteering works when i am excelerating but when on the breaks it wont turn. i dont know if i need to just replace the belt or the pump. HELP

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  • seth_chiba Dec 19, 2008

    it works fine now i am so lost i think it might be the part that keeps the belt tight but how do you tell?

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If the belt is tight u will need a new P/S pump.

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