Question about 2006 Jeep Liberty
The steering pump has a valve under the car and a piston like thing to move the steering arm back and forth, both can go bad, usually, they leak though, so I don't know why you haven't had that problem. I would get under there just for a visual insp to see if anything is bent, broke, hanging off, whatever, before I go trying to figure it out. If the pump is good, and it has fluid, then you have something wrong with the valve or the piston, or the wheels themselves have frozen up. Is the belt ok? Does it slip? Check it out, Hope this helps.
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