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I have 2001 Honda Fit,it has a steering problem when i turn the steerig wheel right or left it will not return to centre.

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    Thankyou very much for your solution

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Hi,

This is a know issue with Honda Fit. Please replace the steering wheel pump. The issue will be resolved.

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