Question about Chevrolet Silverado 1500
There is a sensor mounted on the steering column that is designed to regulate power steering pressure at highway speeds.
These sensors will go defective and create the problem you are experiencing.
The sensor is relatively easy to replace for someone that is handy doing mechanical repairs.
It is mounted inside the cab on the lower part of the steering column.
The shaft must be undone at that point in order to remove it.
Once you see the new part you will understand how it is removed and installed at that point.
That will cure your current problem.
Posted on Apr 28, 2010
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