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Camry 2001 Steering Problem !!! HELP

I suffered a lot in those few days, the steering is so heavy to move at any speed and specially at stand still. The funny thing is that, the steering is so smooth when the car is off!!!
I went to the dealer and to another work shop, they checked the car, steering oil, and they do tires alignment, but they did not discover any problem or actually they could not understand what is the problem !!

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