Question about 2000 Chevrolet Suburban
I have owned this vehicle for 9 months with no problems. Yesterday when I tried to do a "u-ie", it was acting very strange, as if the emergency break was on. It continues to behave this way any any short of sharp turn. It feels like a resistance, hesitance or grinding. I cannot see anything obvious under the vehicle like in the wheel wells. The emergency brake isnt on.
Power Steering fluid ????
You need to check the power steering fluid, the alignment. Take it into a small service shop and let them put it up on the rack and check all the fluids and align the front end, and see if they can get a clear idea of what is going on. You need to know that the vehicle is safe .
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Posted on Aug 25, 2008
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