Power Steering Hard to Turn?

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If your power steering is becoming hard to turn, this is indicative of a problem in the power steering system of the vehicle. It could be something as simple as low power steering fluid, in which case you would need to add more fluid, to something as major as a broken power steering pump, in which case the pump and hoses would need to be replaced. The first thing to do is to check the fluid levels.
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It is not hard at all. I have a 1995 coupe and don't have a problem at all in city traffic.
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The power steering gearbox gets the lion’s share of blame when a car or truck does not steer correctly. The steering gear box consists of a complex network of gears, hoses,
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Park it until you have some money. The belt that runs the power steering broke or slips so bad the powersteering pump doesn't get driven. This sad little car does not get the servicing
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