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Why would the oil and battery light come on and the steering become very stiff while driving a Plymouth Grand Voyager in a major storm?

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2004-05-28 19:56:57
2004-05-28 19:56:57

water will splash on the belts [power steering, alternator, etc.], causing them to slip, as if greasy, not turning the pulleys. get new belts.

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