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Steering too rigid when driving.power steering wont work.

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  • nana_kris Jun 17, 2009

    my power steering is servoelectric electronic system

  • nana_kris Jun 18, 2009

    thanks a lot that was quite helpful.i would be glad if u could get more info. for me.but i will keep u updated on what i find.

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Fluid level too low. Belt loose or broken. Pump faulty. Line broken or leaking.

Posted on Jun 17, 2009

  • Dar
    Dar Jun 17, 2009

    Okay. Sorry. Then i guess you will have to check fuses, or relays. There are also sensors on those, and a servo motor. I really don't know much about them. I have a bad habit of not reading closely what kind of car i'm dealing with... gotta be more careful. Good luck. I'd be very interested to know what you find out.

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