There are tons of working parts inside your car's steering system that make grabbing the wheel and turning an easy process. When your power steering system begins to wear out, it can put your safety at risk on the road as you won't have as much control of your vehicle. There are some signs of power steering failure that you can look out for. A cracked drive belt that is used by the system can cause your steering wheel to vibrate. You can put your car in park and slowly turn your steering wheel in both directions, and if you feel the vibrations in a specific spot, it's likely your drive belt that is connected to the steering system. One common symptom of power steering failure is a steering wheel that is difficult to turn. This can be caused from a variety of things, ranging from leaks to a lack of power steering fluid. A worn power steering pump can also cause your wheel to tighten up. If the steering wheel slips when you attempt a turn, this is not a good sign either. Any of these signs should lead you to get your steering system checked out. If you need OEM steering system parts, find them here at Suburban Auto Parts.
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