Under steering is when a car is in a turn and it continue straight or pushes the front end through the turn while the steering wheel is turned.
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.
Two reason why your steering wheel is not turning.One....your ignition key is removed and you have turned the steering wheel to LOCK position.Two your front wheels are pinned against an obstacle so your front wheels are blocked.
Looking at the engine from the front of the car, the water pump is on the left side. It is the front most & highest pulley being turned by the serpentine belt. Right in front of the power steering pump.
A front suspension system has excessive steering effort and rapid steering wheel return. The most likely cause of this problem is
Check your power steering pump A: check the front Left wheel bearing
The front suspension may have excessive positive camber
I dont know but i once hade a similar problem and it turned out the car needed a wheel alignment
The problem is between the steering wheel and front seat backrest...
COULD BE FRONT TIE ROD END
Check bulbs or may be problem in steering column Check bulbs or may be problem in steering column Check bulbs or may be problem in steering column
your rotors on the front are warped. they need to be turned or replaced.
Have the front rotors turned on a lathe at a dealership. check brakes and rotors
Counter steering is used while riding bicycles and motorcycles. The front wheel is turned away from the direction you wish to go while leaning in the direction you will go. Then the wheel is quickly turned properly to finish the turn.
1 of 2 things or both, alignment or balance.
YOUR FRONT ROTORS ARE WARPED. YOU NEED A BRAKE JOB.
The problem with this concern could easily be the steering gear. The power steering pump is responsible for providing fluid pressure but the steering gear will provide steering assist with the fluid pressure depending on steering wheel input. with the front wheels suspended and the engine off with the pittman arm disconnected from the steering gear the wheels turned left to right by hand at the tires should turn with the same effort both ways. if not, the concern is within the suspension (ball joints) or steering someplace. If the steering effort is the same suspect a steering gear fault.
Probably worn steering and/or suspension parts. Have the front end safety inspected.
Maybe needs front end allignment. I had that exact issue and it turned out to be the tie-rod ends.
check to see if there is any power steering fluid if yes then your pump could be bad
Could be something called "torque steer." It has to do with your car being front-wheel-drive and very little to nothing to do with your power steering.
The passenger side front tire may be rubbing on the inner fender.
It sounds like the steering wheel is locked, try to wiggle the wheel at the same time you turn the key.
The Tucker '48 was an unusual car, nicknamed the 'Tin goose'. the engine was at the back of the car. The front headlights swiveled as the driver turned the steering wheel.