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some manufacturers include a variable type of power assist system to reduce the power steering affect at speed to make the steering heavier for better control, so check it out with your service dealer or specialist steering professional shop
Having said that, it can be heavy from incorrect wheel alignment with excessive castor, or failed strut bearing at the top so again check with a suspension specialist shop
It could be a problem with the steering and pump not producing enough pressure at low speeds sop a change of drive pulley may be the answer
connect Heavy Duty jumper cables from battery of a running car to the battery of your TT making sure you get polarities right way round hold the running car in neutral at 2000-3000 RPM for a couple of mins then try starting TT