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.
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The hydraulic seals in your power steering will be eaten away by engine oil. Your power steering will start to leek and eventually, it will not work at all.
If the lights in the car come on, then at least part of the system is getting power. Check the battery connections again. Then check the starter solenoid and starter to insure that they are getting power and are working properly.
The power steering fluid is leaking because somewhere in the power steering system there is a leak. It is possible one of the seals on the steering rack has worn out. That would be a good place to start. It could also be coming from a leaky seal on the power steering pump or from one of the lines.
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
Could be that your low on power steering fluid. When it's cold, the fluid is more viscus, but once it warms up and thins out there isn't enough.
Fill your power steering fluid. When you get low it will start to whine. Do this as quickly as possible, because replacing a power steering pump is not fun.
possible solutionI have a 1997 Mazda protege with a similar problem. The last owner thought the power steering pump was out because he had no steering. however the belt to the alternator was broken. I replaced this and the power steering pump began to work. However, it is intermittent and will stop working at the most inopertune times. I can only assume that there is a sensor on the pump that is going bad. Good place to start. .
the best way that i can think of is by getting a second person and get them to start the engine and turn the steering wheel slowly while you check to see where it is leaking from (make sure there is power steering fluid in the pump)
Yes, if the comutator in the pump is worn.
Tighten the power steering belt. Why are you trying to steer during start up?
Use a turkey baster to remove excess fluid
Figuring out what the cause of the problem is would be the place to start.
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It is not uncommon for there to be some incidental loss of power steering fluid. I have added minor amounts of power steering fluid to my 2001 three times over the years. No more than a couple ounces at a time though. If there's more loss than that, start examining the power steering hoses and connections for signs of leakage.
Have you checked your power steering? If it feels like you're steering a car that's not turned on that might be it. Check the fluid and try again. If the fluid runs out or that doesn't help then you'll need to start replacing parts- good luck
You need to bleed the trapped air out of the system. Fill the reservoir, start and idle the engine. Turn the steering wheel back and forth stop to stop. Just touch the stop, do not hold it there or you may damage the power steering pump. Do this 10 to 15 times. Power steering fluid that is a tan color or has a beer head contains air. Turn the engine off and let it sit 15 minutes or longer. Top off the power steering fluid and start the engine again. Repeat until the fluid looks normal.
There is no power steering in a Mercury Villager at start up in cold weather due to a failing pump or low fluid. Fluid becomes much thicker in cold weather and is much harder to pump.
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Power steering pumps are self bleeding, fill the reservoir, start the engine and turn the sterring wheel from stop to stop. Add fluid to correct level.
the thermostat this locator on the passenger side.under the exhaust manifold and the power steering pump. you have to remove the power steering pump to take it off. the power steering pump has a trick. the bottom bolts can be removed without removing the sensor. you use a 10 millimeter wrench to break the bolt. and then you start twisting out and pulling the power steering pump out at the same time
It should never run out. You have a leak somewhere. Start with the hoses.
Fill the pump with P/S fluid to the full mark. Start the engine and turn the steering wheel fully to the left and then fully to the right. Do this about 5 times and this will bleed any air from the system. Repeat the process again later if all the air is not removed.
I thought it was a problem on my 1998 Town & Country, but I just needed to turn the key on (don't start the car, just turn the key for power to reach the outlet.) If that is not the problem, check the fuse box under steering wheel.