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I was driving my 1993 crown vic when all of a sudden the power steering stopped working and the battery light came on the dash board lights, car starts fine but wont steer

I have no clue where to even start

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The serpentine belt, located in the front of the engine compartment on the front of the engine, has either come off or broken. In that case, you may need another belt. Or the idler pulley has gone bad. Look, using the aid of a flashlight if necessary, for a pulley that is loose. Good Luck!

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1) you must connect the switch in series, in tha way you will not have this problem, and you must add of course the relais, for to avoid the spark, and arching by load .Now you have connected in paralell.

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