Question about 1989 Honda Civic
I own a 1989 honda civic, and recently I was careless and allowed my battery to die. After getting a jump from a friend, i realized that my power steering was no longer working. I was first concerned that my alternator belt had fallen off, because earlier that week I thought that I felt something fall off of my car while driving, but after a few days went by and I didn't notice any problems, I figured I just ran something over. I then couldn't figure out how my power steering and my alternator belt were at all related, until I had a friend look at my car and they told me I had my alternator belt, I was just missing my power steering belt. Does anyone know any reasons why my power steering would go out like that?
Eiher it was old...or the pulley is loose...but its not really all that uncommon...if the pulleys are good then just replace the belt...
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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