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Possibly a faulty track control joint, it may even have popped... further detail needed to enable proper answer

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Why will van not steer right or left?


Could be bad power steering pump, no power steering fluid
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bad steering problems,,your steering rack most likely,but,have you recently been stuck in ditch? when wheels are straight, look at front of car when parked. do wheels look funny? one going one way, and the other going the other? may be alignment. is it leaking any fluid on either side of the front of the car? drivers side? passenger side? if it's not out of alignment,,,wheels out of alignment,,the steering rack is the problem. it may be faulty. if not leaking fluid,it may still be bad. first i would make a visual test look under the vehicle while someone turned the steering wheel to right and left while car is in park,emergency brake on!! look at the steering arms while they turn the steering wheel from right to left. no fluid leaks? any resistance in turning the wheel? any leaks,if so,go to leak and repair with steering line replacement.no leaks? suspect a bad steering rack. hope this helps and thank you for choosing fixya.com i love to volunteer

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Power steering not working, check power steering fluid and it is full


If you mean it is very hard to turn steering wheel & it wont or barely returns after steering to left or right. Look at bottom of steering column shaft under the hood. It is very common for steering shaft u-joints to become dried & seized up. Spray up both u-joints & rubber rag joint with a good penetrating oil like " PB Blaster" it is magnetic & will lubricate seized u-joints. Be sure to turn all the way left & spray & all the way right & spray. Let sit for a bit then turn wheel all the way left & all the way right. If it gets better then be sure to lubricate every so often. If it doesn't get better you will need to change the steering shaft.

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When making some left hand turns steering pulls to the left then you hear a clunk on the right side and steering is normal


Lift the front of the car and remove the front wheels. Check all rubber bushings and linkages. Compare each side with each other. Check the steering control arms and the ball joints for any play. Check the rack is securely mounted. Swing the steering from full lock to left, inspect everything and then full lock to the right with full inspection. Check your power steering for any leaks etc.

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Possibly a bad bearing in the strut mount or steering shaft that runs from steering column to the rack and pinion.

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No power steering on 307 2003 replaced poer


make sure you bleed it well lock steering left and right and hold to make sure all pipe are full pf fluid and top up power steering

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CHECK POWER STEERING FLUID IT COULD BE TOO LOW.OR YOU HAVE INCORRECT TIRE PRESSURE.LACK OF LUBRICATION AT STEERING JOINTS.YOUR FRONT END OUT OF ALIGNMENT.YOU COULD HAVE A FAULTY POWER STEERING PUMP.OR YOU HAVE A LOT OF AIR IN POWER STEERING SYSTEM.YOU HAVE TO BLEED AIR OUT OF POWER STEERING PUMP.CHECK POWER STEERING PUMP HOSES.MAKE SURE.NONE ARE LEAKING OUT FLUID.

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check the power steering pump, if its good than it will be rack and pinion issue. the pump create a high pressure to help assist with steering, and the rack and pinion work like hydraulic cylinder which receive the pressure from the pump and the steering work like control valves. by turn left or right you controling the pressure to make the wheels turn either right or left. check and see if you have any leaks.

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try steering the the car to the right and the left while driving down the road. listen for the noise to get louder or quieter as you steer the car. which ever direction you steer and it gets louder it will be the bearing on the other side. for example if you turn right and it gets louder its the left bearing because you have just shifted the vechical weight to the left side by turning right. and also in that same situation the bearing would get quieter because you have just unloaded the left bearing and put the weight to the right side.

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if noise is excessive it may be low in power steering fluid .if this is the case it will make a moaning ,tearing sound.any car with power steering will make some noise when locked fully left or right.

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