Question about 2001 Hyundai Elantra
I have been driving my car fine for quite some time now with no steering problems. Until yesterday I was driving for about an hour and everything seemed fine up to the point I was pulling in at my house and my car started making some weird noise and my steering got hard after a few seconds and has been this way for the past day now. i already tried putting new steering fluid in last night and it felt fine. then after driving it for another 5 min the steering was hard again and the noise is back. what should i look into. bringin it to a shop will break my bank right now so looking for a fix i can do from home
We'll first of all you have to wash the location from top to bottom avoid putting water into electrical parts.
then put the oil and start the engine but no moving!!
diagonose it and look from top to bottom from oil getting leak might its presure pipe and u can change it by ur self
Posted on Mar 24, 2014
Replace the power steering belt. Make sure that it is tight.
Posted on Mar 24, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
POWER STEERING PROBLEM - CONTAINER CONSIST TWO LEVELS. SHOULD THE BOTTOM PART BE THE NORMAL COLOUR OF THE FLUID AND THE TOP PART APPEARS TO BE DIFFERENT THEN REMOVE THE CONTAINER AND CLEAN PROPERLY AS THERE IS A SIEVE BETWEEN THE TWO LEVELS WHICH IS BLOCKED. DRAIN OIL FROM POWER STEERING SYSTEM AND REFILL WITH NEW OIL.
iF BELTS WERE RECENTLY CHANGED THEN THE PROBLEM MIGHT LY BY ONE OF THE PULLEYS THAT IS WARN. MEANING THAT THE BELT INBEDDS TO DEEP INTO THE PULLEY AND CAUSE THE BELT TO SQUEL. SHOULD YOU POUR WATER ONTO THE BELT WHILE IT IS SQUELING IT PROVES THAT IT IS EITHER THE BELT THAT NEEDS REPLACELMENT OR ONE OF THE PULLEY PROVIDING THE BELT TENSION IS INSPECT
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
you should have took it back first time ,the fault is to do with the control unit inside the gearbox ,its electrically operated and the manufacturer does not sell spares for the internals of an auto box ,so its an exchange gearbox complete ,a right rip off as far as i am concerned ,take it to another dealer out of town and dont tell them about changing the oil,
Posted on Mar 12, 2010
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