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Why might you be having power steering problems in a Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited?

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2006-04-02 21:34:24
2006-04-02 21:34:24

Fluid. You might consider getting the steering gear box checked, along with everything else connected to it. Also check for abnormal bends,worn bushings, etc...

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You don't. Saturn Ion's don't have a normal hydraulic power steering system. There is no need for power steering fluid period. Saturn Ions instead use an electric power steering system which uses a small electric motor to provide steering assistance. An electric power steering system takes stress off the engine, resulting in better fuel economy and better performance. If you are having issues with the power steering, take it to any GM dealer (Chevrolet, Cadillac, Buick, and GMC) and they'll be able to fix it. GM was known for having problems with the electric power steering on these cars (and Chevy Cobalt's, HHR's, Malibu's, and Pontiac G5's as well). As a result, GM extended the warranty on the power steering systems for these cars to 10 years or 100,000 miles.



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