Question about 1995 Mercury Villager
You could be low on pwer steering fluid. CV joints won't affect steering. That is for powering the wheels.
Very important. Make sure shop did not overtighten a/c belt. If they did, you could be in danger of breaking your crankshaft snout. It may be a good idea to check that.
Also, did they tighten the power steering belt correctly?
Did this steering issue sstart after repairs
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Apply 98 N (22 lbs) of pressure to the drive belt at a point midway between the power steering pump pulley and the water pump pulley.
The drive belt deflection should measure 8-10mm (0.31-0.39 inch) for a new drive belt or 10-12mm (0.39-0.47 inch) for a used drive belt . The limit of deflection is 16.0mm (0.63 inch).
Posted on May 25, 2009
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