It is not illegal to drive without power steering. Many people who drive very old cars do not have power steering.
Yes, but steering will be harder.
To drive a vehicle with disabled power steering would be difficult and not safe for you and others.
Absolutely NOT. Without the P/S pump the steering will be extremely hard to turn and it would be dangerous to drive.
Power steering fluid is needed to keep the power steering operating correctly. However in an emergency you can still steer the vehicle without power steering fluid, it is just really hard to turn the wheel without the power assist.
The Nissan 370z is rear wheel drive.
If you have a short belt that bypasses the compressor you can drive without air conditioning. If your belt is completely off, you can drive without ac, power steering, water pump and alternator for about a quarter mile before your engine overheats.
yes, but driving at slow speeds will be very difficult.
Yes, but it should be looked at as soon as possible. This is because it is a safety hazard. Vehicles that originally had power steering installed and then it fails does not drive like a vehicle that never had power steering. There is s direct relationship between the speed (or movement in reality) of the vehicle and the ease of turning it without power steering assist (or when your power steering is disabled). If you are at a stop for instance, turning the wheel is much more difficult then a moving vehicle and turning it and this should be taken into account when driving a vehicle without power steering.
You can drive for awhile without the alternator or power steering working but without the water pump working you won't get far without doing serious damage to the engine. So if that serp belt drives the water pump the answer is no.