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Steering wheel hard to turn
Hello everyone
The steering wheel is really hard to turn (the wheels move a bit ) If I disconnect L or R hoses the steering wheel can turn easy to one side. The steering pump flow I think is ok.
Any help???
Thanks
  • Posted 16 May 2009 10:39 AM
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The wheel will turn easy there is no resistance against it. Without hoses connected can you jack up truck and see if steering can be turned. Do you have any/enough pressure going down to the steer [url removed] does the pump have any kind of flow. You need to determine if it is a mechanical or hyd problem.
  • Posted 30 Jul 2009 02:29 AM
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