Question about Chevrolet G30
OK check for any obstruction that might play a part in obstructing free movement of the steering mechanism when turning right. Next compare the ends of the left and right hands end of the steering rack The steering arms are held in the middle of the steering rack ends by a doughnut shaped bush bearing. If this has been damaged the rack will be dragging on the inside of the casing when the steering is turned in one direction. It could be that the end bearing on the left is shot and this is what is obstructing the turn to the right. The next thing to take care of is the fact that you have the engine stalling under load. This points to an idle speed control problem. Check that the throttle body interior and throttle plate are really clean and that the idle speed control valve on the throttle body is actuating properly. If suspect unbolt and give this a thorough interior clean out.
Posted on Oct 07, 2010
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