Question about 2001 Chrysler Town & Country
Yesterday we ran out of power steering fluid. I noticed when I got off work and the wheel would not turn. I filled the power steering fluid and it worked to get me home with no problem. Today when I try to drive it, the wheel barely turns at all, even though the fluid is full. It makes a very loud noise also when attempting to turn the wheel.
Make sure that the belt is not glazed and slipping on the pulley - they should both appear to be turning at the same speed. There is a chance that you have burned up the power steering pump and the noise you hear is the bearings complaining about the lack of lubricant they incurred.
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
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