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Power steering failure in Jeep Liberty

Fifteen degrees here this morning, when to drive the car and no pwer steering. Can the pwer steering freeze in a Jeep?

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I'd be more inclined to suspect that the belt is slipping... was it ok when it warmed up ?..

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I would check for leaks. After the car sits overnight look undernieth the cor on the drivers side. You are most likely going to see a tiny puddle of very thin oil. Check the tubing connections at the pump (mounted to the engine on the drivers side) and the front axel. Be certain to use Mopar power steering fluid when topping off. You may also need to get any air out of the system. Jack up the car so that both wheels are off the ground. With the engine turned off, turn the wheels to left and right lock positions a couple times. Lower the car, top off the fluid if necessary & give it a drive. Hope that works for ya.

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