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Problem with the steering

When ever i steer to the right, the computer is just showing it steer about half way but when i steer to the left, it will steer all the way, i know this becuz i went the settings and watched how each axis moves, and its like the 'steer right' axis is halfed completely, is there a way to fix this to where it will turn fully?

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No you need the dealer to diagnose this problem, it takes special equipment and training.

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Check and make sure that your power steering fluid is topped off. Could possibly problems with your power steering pump. Mine does the same and the fluid is full. I just keep an eye/ear on it. If it continues to get worse than it could be the pump going out. If the fluid is allowed to get too low, it could possibly get air in it affecting both the "feel" of the steering and making a noise.

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it could be the front axle u-joint binding up. i had the same problem, and that's what it was. i put greaseable u-joints on both sides.

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sounds like either the camber or caster is off on your alignment or possable you got your steering gear box adjustment too tight .. this will cause it to not return to center.. thanks and holler if you have more..

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SOURCE: steer hard to the left and right

its hard to steer to the right.. weve already check the pump and gear box and change the tie rod end but still the same... whats the problem... can you help me?

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