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The steering wheel at times is difficult to turn it to the left. It is almost like the power steering as quit.

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CHECK THE FLUID ALSO CHECK YOUR POWER STEERING LINE IF THAT DOESNT WORK TAKE IT TO THE FORD DEALER

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