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Learning About Automotive Power Steering Systems


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Learning About Automotive Power Steering Systems

Welcome to my site. My name is Jerome. When the power steering system died on my vehicle, I was unable to steer my vehicle from a dead stop. I had to use all of my power to move the wheel until my vehicle reached higher speeds. I found out that the power steering pump had failed upon returning home with my vehicle. On this site, I want to help people learn about problems common in automotive power steering systems. I will also talk about keeping your power steering in great condition with regular maintenance. Please feel free to visit anytime.

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