POWER STEERING REPAIR SERVICE
The steering system enables you to turn the steering wheel easily. When the car is not running, it is extremely hard to turn the steering wheel. When the car is running, it is the power steering system that helps you turn the steering wheel so easily. The steering system includes power steering pump, fluid, belt, hoses, and steering gear (rack and pinion).
The steering gear connects the steering wheel to the suspension stub axles. When you turn the steering wheel, the powered steering pump sends fluid to the steering gear that applies the pressure needed to turn the wheels.
Symptoms of problems may begin to appear as:
- Turning the steering wheel is difficult.
- Steering fluid is leaking.
- There is a groaning noise when you turn the steering wheel.
Our ASE Certified Technicians will thoroughly inspect your vehicle and will advise you on our findings.
|Changing the steering fluid on a regular basis can prolong the life of the power steering pump.
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How do I know if my vehicle needs serviced?
If you aren’t sure when your vehicle is due for routine maintenance. We can provide you with a routine maintenance guide tailored to your vehicles needs.
Please Contact Us to schedule an appointment.
How do I know if I need new tires?
Place a penny head first into several tread grooves across the tire. If you always see the top of Lincoln’s head, your treads are shallow and worn. In this is the case, your tires need replaced.
If part of Lincoln’s head is always covered by the tread, you have more than 2/32 of an inch of tread depth remaining.
Should I be using Synthetic Oil?
Synthetic oil takes longer to break down. It should last for 4,000 to 6,000 miles or more between oil changes. Conventional oil should generally changed every 3,000 miles. It may be a benefit to your vehicle. But always consult your owners manual first, or Contact Us ask us for more information.