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Hard steering in a dual steering garbage truck

Hi i drive a dual steer iveco garbage truckand i find the steering to be quite firm.it has recently had a new resevour,pump and box fittedbut the hoses wernt replaced.a month later a hose leaked and both were replacedi find when i am say behind a parked car and need to go around,if my brakes are applied i can only turn about a quarter turn on the wheel and it hits a dead stop.as i drive mostly using my left hand it gets pretty sore.i have been told that as the brakes are on and i try to turn,the wheel is trying to roll forward so it releases the pressure in the pump.or else it would blow hoses.is this reasonable,or is it a revs problemits very difficult picking bins up in small courts.i welcome any advice .thanks so much.i have marked yugo but it has no iveco listed

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Align the steering system properly & check what type of steering system there in ur truck

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