Question about Jeep Wagoneer XT - Wilderness Stroller
The steering and suspension systems of the car are fairly robust and generally not too much goes wrong with them. With the advent of rack and pinion steering and the use of MacPherson strut suspension tech, a lot of moving parts have been eliminated. Things still can go wrong and cause a vehicle to become hard to control. When something is wrong the very least that will happen is your tires will wear out very quickly and at most, lead to an accident. In your case... You'll notice it takes much more strength to turn the steering wheel. This is especially noticed when you are trying to park. The problem seems to be getting worse. Possible causes: 1.Low tire pressure: Check and adjust tire pressures. 2.The steering gear needs to be lubricated: Lubricate steering gear parts as required. 3.The wheels are out of alignment: Have the wheels aligned. 4.A part of the steering linkage is damaged and doesn't not move freely: Replace steering gear parts as required. 5.Your steering box needs to be adjusted: Adjust steering box as required. 6.You have a problem with the power steering pump: Repair or replace power steering pump as required.
Posted on Aug 15, 2007
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