Punto electric Power Steering is very effective . I would say its too effective you can steer with one finger. Without PS you will have to put in a lot of effort, especially when parking. With the PS option you should have abutton on the dash somewhere which says 'City' This when pressed makes the steering dangerously light Hope this helps Normally a Punto of that age wont have "City" mode however i cant be certain, your steering will ALWAYS feel heavier when your near enough stopped or moving slowly. It is like this is every car. If a Red steering wheel is displayed on your dashboard then this means the "city" option will not work.
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If it's well designed... slightly, but not so much as to really matter unless you're driving a lot; you might get some fatigue in your arms then. The real problem is cars that are designed with power steering when the power steering goes out. Turning the steering wheel then can be really difficult.
you should take your car to a mechanic.
usually a drunk driver causes that really a few things can cause that broken spring, bad shockabsorbers, a flat tire or worn steering parts check your power steering fluid
You change the steering. But it cost a lot of money and waiting time. The whole front layout has to be changed. But if you really want to do it you can look awesome out on the road driving a car that isn't sold in that country.
Power steering belt slipping? Power steering pump bad? Steering rack worn? Suspension parts worn?
No, you don't get quite the same motions from that as you do a real steering wheel.
The steering wheel will be really hard to turn.
If Your steering has gotten difficult it is likely that you need to add power steering fluid. If that is not it then your power steering pump might be going out.
Nothing really. They both mean the same.
Situation dependent, but it really comes down to their insurance company vs. yours... the police won't issue a citation on private property.
If the car is being driven with the "city" setting selected and suddenly the steering goes heavy and a steering wheel symbol appears in the instrument cluster then the electric power steering has failed. If you stop and the ignition is switched off and then back on again the steering should recover until the next failure which may be minutes, hours or days apart. The best solution is to deselect "city" driving and drive on normal setting which may never fail but if it does then the answer is to get a new steering column with integrated power steering fitted but it is costly £700 to £800.
i dont really know which steering wheel do you have
A broken or wet water pump belt Or a leaking hose dripping on your belts
Well......without fluid around the pump I am sure you didn't do it any good driving it that long. May I suggest you add some Lucas Power Steering additive and some power steering fluid to your pump, usually a 20%-80% mix. I would go heavier with a 40%-60% mix and see if your power steering unit still works. I hope you fixed the leak first before following this advice.
Not really, but thanks for offering.
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No it just aids you in parking unfortunatly
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Of course. Heck you could convert it to a diesel if you really wanted to.
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Most bus parking spots are roughly 14'x40'. However, it really depends which city you are in and what their ordinance requires.
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