The A/C and the Power Steering are two sperate systems, however they are driven by the same belt, and it makes sence if the belt snaped and flew of the pulleys if would make noise on its way out, and with out a belt powering the a/c compressor and the power steering pump, you lose both. So first thing I'd do is check that belt, either its broken or maybe the tensioner gave out and it's slipping, either way...it's gotta be the belt that's the only way those two systems could fail at the same time, that belt is the only thing they share.-Sean, Ford Mechanic
Low Power Steering Fluid
Your air conditioner blower may have stopped working because the blower motor isn't working. You can replace the blower or replace the air conditioner.
Motor is idling rough.
This question can be referring to two separate conditions. If the steering shaking while the brake pedal is being applied the condition maybe warped rotors. If there is steering wheel play while the vehicle is stopped and or moving it is an indicator or worn or failed column components.
If the compressor has stopped running altogether the AC will not work.
the unit stopped working completely - did it freeze up?
My guess is the system is low on freon being 11 years old.
it is I stopped there for three days and i couldnt get to sleep because i kept hearing noises
Have you checked the breaker outside by the unit
The air conditioner may have stopped working in a 2001 Acura TL because it needs Freon. It may also be a problem with a connection somewhere.
I'm not sure maybe there's a fan somewhere...maybe you stopped using conditioner. If you have rough, static hair, then use conditioner. I prefer Aussie conditioner but it's up to you. Conditioner gives you smooth, flat hair that's soft. Aussie conditioner comes in purple bottles. Aussie gives you soft hair after only one use! Good luck!
must CHECK HORN RELAY IN ENGINE COMPARTMENT SEEK A RELAY DIAGRAM BUT FOR MEMORY I BELIEVE IS THE NO. 4 RELAY. I CAN NO GIVE YOU AN ANSWER REGADING THE STEERING WHELL CONTROL.
Trane Air conditioner has stopped cooling the thermostate is sending a error message 79
If you mean leaking water in the car then the drain is probably stopped up.
Something serious broke in the steering.
Your compressor has possibly stopped working. If you are lucky, the serviceman will only have to replace the freon to get it going again.
Check the fluid level in your power steering reservoir. The ESP light is on because there is a problem with the stability system. They have nothing in common.
remove the large plastic shield under the steering wheel-something like 8 screws. The blinker is near the steering column.
wipers,headlights,speedometer,door locks,air conditioner,electric mirrors, stopped working
Your ignition switch crapped on you
Turn on the signal and listen for the clicking noise. If it is still clicking occasionally then you can follow the noise and feel where it is located. If it has totally stopped then look on top of the steering column behind the steering wheel.
It's on your steering column. VW stopped putting them in button form on the dash in 67
You might need to flush your power steering fluid system. What causes this whining or sizzling noise is the hydraulic bar getting stuck which a driver doesn't feels in its rack. or if your car recently visited a ditch or hot a side walk really hard, these factors can effect your steering rack and steering Coulomb.
The power steering system works on high pressure and at idle the pump does not turn fast enough to provide full assist. It requires a higher engine rpm.
It turned off the road onto another road because you turned the steering wheel. But if you mean the engine stopped, you probably have a bare wire in the steering column casing a short which turns off the ignition