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Best done on a lift by a shop. You need a tool to hang the engine from while it is still in the car. The the subframe needs to be removed which involves disconnecting the steering wheel, steering rack, a frames engine mounts and crossmember. Not for the novice.
Well my Volvo s70 radiator was leaking, especially on cold days. They replaced the entire radiator. Than bulb burned out, clock misbehaving - had alternator and battery checked - turned out OK, I was told noise was caused by valve lifters. The whole repair took $734 that I took through <a href="http://ameriloansearch.com/cash-advance-loans/same-day-cash-advance-with-instant-approval.html">same day payday loans</a>. The problem disappeared after they changed oil and used an additive. Alternator bearing is now starting to make a noise. Both shop and I finally agreed we should wait until it gets much worse before spending the big money to fix it.
That return spring mechanism, is in the 'airbag clockspring' or we call it a contact reel. this is a VERY expensive part. You can take your switch off of the steering column, there is a white button sticking out, you should be able to manipulate that up and down (for left and right movement) if you can verify that the switch cancels while you manually do it, its the clockspring, if you can not do it in one direction only, then its the switch
check the belt on the PS-pump. Then on top of the steering sector box is a nut with a screw driver slot of a allen head slot. lossen the nut, & tighten the screw or allen slot by turning the slot counter clock wise, then tighten the nut back down. this should take the slack out of the steering wheel. Oh, check the fluid level in the PS-pump resivoir tank.