Question about 1994 Toyota Corolla
I think you may have two problems. First ,i think your caliper mounts are rusty. Remove the calipers , if the brake pads are not moving totally free , take them off , remove the pad sliders and file the rust off of the caliper mount and coat with anti seize. Put the sliders and pads back on if everything is free and working properly , reassemble. Next check your power steering fluid see if it dirty or has metal in it. If it is low top it off and see if that solves the problem. If it is dirty do a complete change of the fluid (muddy fluid can cause the pump to grind). If there is not too much damage the fluid change may fix the problem. If not you may be looking for a used pump or rack out of a salvage yard (no used parts out of a front end collision!!!!!).
Posted on Aug 26, 2010
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