Question about 2004 Ford Explorer
Turn hard left or right at slow (parking lot) speed and wheels dont straighten out, stay turned hard over.
Worn steering components which allow the steering wheels to travel too far either way,hop underneath and get a friend to move the steering while you have a look for movement between the components, or a power steering component like relief valve. Its a bit hard to know without seeing the vehicle, i suggest a steering and suspension specialist like pedders or similar.These guys can do a safety inspection only, if you want to do the work yourself. Cheers Timo.
Posted on Apr 27, 2010
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