Hey kevin==There is a valve in the gear that can stick. Also I have seen the bearings on the steering shaft that were so bad, the steering shaft was stiff. Also make sure the gear is adjusted properly/ GoodluckJoe
On or near the power steering pump reservoir.
The stick on backside of cap has the stick with the fill line indicated.
You could always draw it out and do sin/cos/tan, but that's a little complex and you would need a protractor. You could estimate its height by comparing it to a building whose height you know.You can also hold a sick and move your legs, or the arm that is holding the stick, until the top of the stick seems to touch the top of the tree, and the bottom of the stick seems to touch the bottom of the tree. From there, you would swing the stick at a 90 degree angle and mark the point on the ground that the top of the stick seems to touch. Height of tree = distance from that point to the base of the tree.
If you have the steering wheel turned at an angle it could cause the locking rod to the transmission to jam or stick. Try wiggling the steering wheel back and forth a little.
The power steering fluid dip stick is made to the reservoir cap. Pull the cap off to read the stick.
on the lid to the power steering pump fluid tank
The memory stick could possibly have become corrupt. The PSP should have no problem playing games downloaded from the PSN.
its not the steering stabilizer, i bet its the intermediate steering shaft. they had a lot of problems with that part. feels like someone is banging your steering components around with a broom stick, right?
inside the steering column - turn signal lever and hazard flasher button stick out of steering column cover
Where the stick is.
You will find a power steering dip stick, where the stick is metal. It's about 12 inches long (Reminds me of the Oil Dip Stick). You actually add the power steering fluid where that metal dip stick was. It's a small hole so make sure you have a funnel that will fit in it. Also, make sure that you don't overfill it as it fills up pretty fast. Good luck!
The most likely cause of this problem is that the turn signal flasher is starting to "stick" and needs to be replaced. Depending on the mode year of the van, the flasher could be in different locations, but the most common spot is under the dash, near the steering column.
Most models do. Some have paddle shifters on the steering wheel.
Yes that is correct
it seems like they are because they stick out more
It is not wrong. The main problem here is that you could hurt yourself. Just be careful.
the small round cover on the p/s pump has a small stick attached to it
Inside your steering column - the turn signal lever and hazard light button stick out of the steering column
Power steering is under the hood on the passenger side in the corner closest to the windshield It is a black cylinder with turn off top. Remove the top and read the indicator stick. Use power steering fluid to add until reads full on the indicator stick.
The cap on the power steering pump has a dip stick built into it. Remove the cap and look at the dip stick. It will tell you the fluid level. If you see no fluid you are low.
THE BELT COULD HAVE BEEN WET OR OILY . CHECK THIS OUT BY SRAYING WATER ON IT WHILE SOMEONE TRYS TO STEER . CHECK FOR GLAZING,CRACKS AND TENSION. .Another possibilityThe above answer is correct and the first step to undertake. If this fails and the problem persists, you could have a pump problem. Possibilities are that the relief valve stick intermittently in the open position, a very worn cam and rotor assembly or a broken shaft. www.powerbrakeandsteering.co.za
It could be your PCV valve, as this valve regulates how much pressure there is in the crankcase. If your car smokes with a blue color it could be blow by from the rings.
Could be a valve problem in trans, or could be a sesnor malfunction in the trans. Have it looked at by a professional, it will save you a headache.
I had the same problem on my 2002 Monta Carlo. I had to get the whole control stick on the left side of the steering wheel. Plan on spending about $800
It seems that stick insects do not camouflage themselves; they are born that way, i.e. looking like sticks!