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I have a 2004 GMC 2500hd 4x4 lifted with 37" tires, my power steering does not work unless the truck is moving. is that normal, or there a fix?

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  • Anonymous Oct 08, 2010

    Your not really asking, if power steering only works, if your moving.---LOL

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Because of the big tires, it takes more power than the system has to turn them while sitting still. The system was designed to work with the proper size tires only. A new steering pump may be a little stronger than yours since it is not worn any.

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