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Steering when taking a full left turn and then after turing turning right the steering wheen turns automatically right in high speed. (controlling the steering is hard)

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Make sure that the tyres on each side of the vehicle are of the same type of tread, and the same size and the same tread depth. All of these can cause "self steering".

If these aren't an issue, then check the track rod ends for play (wear)

If these are okay, then also check the steering rack mountings for play. There are rubber mounts and brackets which locate this. Sometimes they work loose on some models, or the rubber mountings can perish and/or wear out.

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Intermittent hard power steering, at the begining of the turn of the steering wheel, once disturbed past the hard part, works normal.
Had fluid change, I notice a sensor, on the control block tower of the rack, is this at fault ? thanks buckleyeng.

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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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SOURCE: when turning steering wheel to left very hard to turn

Sounds like the begining of a bad rack n pinion. We can eliminate the pump because the car turns to the right fine. There is no loss of fluid? The only thing left is the rack. It is a fairly commin issue. Use to call it morning sickness, The cars would be hard to turn in the morning or when first started but after running and warming up for a while they would start to work properly.

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