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My car was running fine, it has just been serviced new brakes and a system flush. Yesterday after coming out of the grocery store I started the car and the steering wheel wouldn't turn and the voltage light came on?

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    mike watson May 11, 2010

    Did you check to see if the belt is still on.It sounds like you lost your belt as long as the engine is still running with these conditions.If the case I do not recomend driving vehicle till it is fixed you may over heat the engine and hurt it.

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May hav a failin alternator--chec fluid in pwr steerin pump-the mech may accidently broke a line while servicing-that happens at busy shops--wenever work is done always chec under car for leaks

Posted on Jan 31, 2010

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The fanbelt may have snapped thus the voltage light and the steering being tight.
Check the fanbelt.

Posted on Jan 31, 2010

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