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Power Steering First thing in the morning the car steers OK, as the car warms up the steering becomes difficult at low speeds and when turning sharply into a parking space.

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  • Tony Neises Mar 21, 2009

    It turns out that I had a bad power steering pump

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Have you checked the level of oil in the power steering? check it while the vehicle is running. and then add fluid accordingly

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