Question about Ford Transit Connect
I would have your tie rod ends check which are tied to your power steering rack. The end of the tie rods have bearings which can be exposed and they can lock which could cause the issues you are describing. Just take a quick look under your car/truck and look at them if you have a chance to see if the rubber boot has been cracked and the grease is exposed.
Posted on Mar 15, 2011
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