Power Steering Repair
Quite simply, power steering allows you to steer your vehicle easier.
A hydraulic pump, operated by the power steering belt and powered by the engine, places the steering fluid under pressure. The power steering fluid helps the steering mechanism turn the direction of the vehicle’s wheels as the driver turns the steering wheel, making steering much more effortless.
Signs of your power steering going bad include a noisy steering wheel, difficulty turning the steering wheel, and fluid leaking.
Normally, faulty power steering can be attributed to low, leaky or dirty power steering fluid, or a faulty power steering pump. Whatever is keeping your car from steering easily, Auto Doctors can fix you up and get you back on the road.