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Steering frozen steering hasn't been centered since transmission fixed. Today, when it was extremely cold outside, the steering became really hard to turn

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  • focusnow86 Dec 22, 2008

    I appreciate your advice. However, I didn't properly explain the problem. The steering became extremely hard to turn & I felt lucky to just get the car home.

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To center the steering colum.; remouve the steering colum rdive the car slowly look fordward in line replace the steering ajusted......allway warm your engine befor drive it espcialy in verry cold temps

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