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Low fluid level, add stop leak if it is low.

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Stiff steering


2 possibilities.
1.most likely your rack and pinion is out due to faulty power steering pump.
2.less likely your power steering is out.

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My power steering was fine then suddenly it started to go stiff and then a slight whine when turning the wheel. refilled the power steering fluid, it took a whole 1 litre jug and was fine for a few...


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