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Check the drive belt to the power steering pump also that the fluid level in the pas resovoir

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Steering wheel was hard to turn while the engine start...


Most modern cars use power assisted steering. When the engine starts it also runs a power steering pump that builds hydraulic pressure for the system. If the engine has not started there is no pressure in the steering system and the steering feels very heavy.
See this video that explains how power steering works.
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What are the common signs of a steering rack defects when driving I will feel?


Usually loose steering where you make corrections to the steering wheel and nothing happens. Conversely, it can be heavy steering.

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Vibration coming from front axle when coming to a stop it gets worse, brakes are good , maybe cv joint?


if you feel the pulsation in brake pedal when stopping. its a warped brake rotor thats causing it. for bad cv joint symtoms--- Unusual noises when making turns. As you are driving on the road and you make a turn at the corner, if you start hearing unusual sounds coming from under the car then this is one of the symptoms of a bad CV joint. These noises will sound like something is clicking beneath the car every time you turn the steering wheel. Evidence of a damaged boot. Steering wheel feels heavier. The steering wheel will start to feel tighter and heavier and you can hardly make simple turns to the left or right. In severe cases you might even feel heavy vibrations like you are driving down a rocky road.

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Steering wheel turns/spins 360 degrees


If Your steering wheel keeps turning as in a 360 degree circle that means the steering column has broken or came away from the steering rack they are usually connected by what you call steering ujs something on shaft from column to rack has broken away nothing to do with cv joints or brake fluid if it was belt related that has snapped the steering will still turn it will be just really heavy the pump just helps assist steering my money is on the steering column shaft

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My steering wheel is really sticky when im making turns i throught it needed power steering fluid but that wasn't the case. Can anybody tell me what could it be?


Its the steering arm, under the hood drivers side, it connects the steering column shaft to the steering gear box. The small universals get really rusty. causes it to bind. don't try to lube them it doesn't work. About $50.00 from ford.

Feb 12, 2011 | 2001 Ford Crown Victoria

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Very dull steering feel, wheel stays turned even as i slowly rev


Camber and caster settings are off. Have 4 wheel alignment done by a good shop and save your nice tires. Out of alignment will make steering feel heavy and wear tires fast!

Feb 06, 2010 | 2003 Nissan Maxima

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Steering problem


Your power steering engine/ pully has gone bad. needs a replacement then.

Take care and do fix it on time before you get the steering rack damaged.

Good luck.

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Apr 15, 2009 | 2005 Honda Civic

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1996 chevy 1/2 ton pick up steering feels very heavy


This usually happens when pump has internal wear, lowering pressure output. Not always noisy either. If caster is set too far positive that can make heavy wheel as well. If pump dosent make enough difference, take one alignment shim out of the rear of each control arm and install at front pack. This may change toe in a bit so watch tires and adjust accordingly.

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