I have a Chrysler Cirrus LX, 1999, I've used both a Honda Civic and a 2001 Sebring Sedan and the steering is very easy, it seems with my vehicle the steering is rather hard. Its not "too" hard, but its much harder to turn the wheel when compared to the Civic and the Sebring. Fluid levels are good, I had to tighten the Belt because the belt would slip, thats fixed now. But its still resistant when turning the wheel. Is this normal? Should I seafoam the system? Air it out? Is my pump just smaller than the other cars?
Thursday, December 16th, 2010 AT 7:51 AM