One common problem is a faulty steering position sensor. This $60 sensor, located at the base of the steering column (inside the vehicle), tells the variable assist Power Steering how fast you are turning the steering wheel. When faulty, it will cause lurching and surging in the steering - feels like loose parts.
Check power steering fluid first, then take it to the shop if it is full.
Bad steering rack mostly found on GM vehicles exhibits itself usually at the first start in the morning Weak power steering pump Belt slipping or glazed
Vibrations of electrically charged particles
it wiil break your steering column
Wheel balance may be off...
take it easier on the clutch as your reversing
Probably because your wipers are on intermittent.
There is an intermittent failure in the safety restraint system. You will need to have the system checked for codes to know possible causes.There is an intermittent failure in the safety restraint system. You will need to have the system checked for codes to know possible causes.
Failure of the power steering system.
Have the speed sensor replaced.
worn bearings on steering column shaft inside steering column
A bad starter
The intermittent wiper relay is helpful when only a light rain or mist is present. It causes the wiper motor to only operate once every few seconds.
the atom possesses an equal number of electrons as protons
Your power steering pump and or steering box may be about to give out on you.
It is an equal (=) number of protons that causes this "electrifying" attraction or how it repels
you may need more power steering fluid.
A few suggestions, first I would not drive this car until I have had it checked out. losing power can cause hard steering and braking loss. Some of the causes could be a dirty fuel filter and or fuel injectors, some other intermittent causes could be a loose connection on the battery or elsewhere.
Tires out of balance
Low Power Steering Fluid
Electrons are mutually repulsive.
A phenomenon that causes certain materials to glow (without getting hot) when electrically excited.
Low steering fluid can cause a steering wheel to whine when turning. A worn steering belt can also cause a steering wheel to whine when a car is being turned.
Low on power steering fluid. Loose or missing drive belt. Faulty power steering pump. Faulty power steering box.