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I have a 1999 Chrysler Sebring. Power steering skips/ twitches while turning wheels only when stopped. Floyd level is good and belt is ok. Any ideas?

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Either air is in system or belt is slipping. Belt may LQQK good, but check to see if it's glazed or contaminated with oil/fluids.

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