WHEN I TURN MY CAR TO THE LEFT IT BECOMES VERY HARD

1997 Toyota Corolla

Tiny

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October, 18, 2010 AT 7:35 PM

1997 Toyota Corolla mileage: 40,000. Sometimes when I turn my car to the left it becomes very hard to steer, like it has been turned too far but it hasn't. This is at slow speeds like in a parking lot. It becomes almost impossible to turn as if it has no power steering. Also, you can hear a hissing noise from the left side. Never happens when turning right. Seems to happen the more you turn it. I checked the fluid seems to be full.

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Tiny

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October, 18, 2010 AT 7:38 PM

The problem with your power steering is probably due to faulty valves in the steering rack. The steering rack will have to be replaced to solve your problem.

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