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Power steering only works in one direction and not the other

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The spool valve in the powersteeing box is bad . if its rack and pinon system press line ? pinch off or cloged.

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  2. Disengage power steering pump reservoir hose from pump bracket and engine lifting bracket, then disconnect return hose and reservoir pump hose from pump.
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