Let me guess. You have Power Steering, right? When you turn the wheel all the way to the lock, the power steering pump is still trying to turn it further, which is why the steering feels jerky. You can blow up the pump, or a hose, by holding the wheel against the lock. You won't turn any wider if you let the wheel come back one quarter turn, but you will take the pressure off of the pump.
A front suspension system has excessive steering effort and rapid steering wheel return. The most likely cause of this problem is
The front suspension may have excessive positive camber
The problem is between the steering wheel and front seat backrest...
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1 of 2 things or both, alignment or balance.
YOUR FRONT ROTORS ARE WARPED. YOU NEED A BRAKE JOB.
Most likely a tire problem or a bent wheel/rim. There is a chance it is due to worn out components in the steering or front suspension.
Probably worn steering and/or suspension parts. Have the front end safety inspected.
you also need to check if the hose is good located near the front left wheel. Its hard to see but if it seems to be the problem move the steering wheel and you will see were it leeks.
A hard turn in one direction shows a problem in the front end steering. Check all front end components for worn or loos parts.
If you are referring to the steering wheel wobbling whilst driving along, then you probably have one or both of the front wheels out of balance. If the wheel wobbles at a certain speed then it may be a problem with the front locking wheel hubs or a bearing problem.
Front-end estimation means that you estimate from the front of the number. say you're too lazy to work out 183 + 294. 183 becomes 180 and 294 becomes 290. now the problem is 180 + 290. see? much easier!
It's probably nothing to do with your steering. Sounds like you could have a bearing problem. Squeaking is usually an indication of vibration, so my educated guess on this would be something is wrong with your passenger side wheel bearing. [added by cilynx] It turned out to be the simple answer: brake pads.
the steering wheel wont make the front wheels make noise as there is no generating source from the steering wheel. it will be the other way around.
The pulley shaft front seal is where your leak is, I believe. I hope that takes care of your problem.
It is likely a brake rotor has to much run out (warped). There could also be some problem with steering or suspension components.
You may have a wheel balance problem or something wrong with the suspension or steering gear. Take to a shop for check NOW, this is serious.
The power steering reservoir is on the power steering pump.Looking from the front of car it is on the passenger side on front of engine. just to the right of the radiator recovery tank.
tie rod ends or steering box send it in for a front end alignment they shoud check it out and let you know what all needs to be replaced. Dealer or a good local shop that you trust.
Steering linkage is a term used to describe all the components used in the front of your vehicle to turn the wheels. It will all be located in the front of your car.
If the squeeling is coming from the tires, then the problem is most likely a misaligned front end. If the squealing is coming from the engine, then the problem would be in the power steering system.
It sounds like you either have a problem with your alignment or your front wheels are unbalanced. I also had a similar problem where everything shook because my tires were worn out and out of balance.
The alignment is miss-set or the front suspension and steering is damaged, OR the steering coloum is broken or damaged