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On this do-it-yourself page you can diagnose the cause of your car steering control fault. You may choose to either make use of the diagnostic table or to send your inquiry to the Expert of our Technical Department. Your Name:
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  diagnostic table
problem possible reason how to improve
"heavy steering wheel" in both directions Low level of liquid in the tank To add the liquid
weak belt tension/ worn out pulley/ worn out belt to adjust the belt tension/replace the pulleys/replace the belts
ingress of air into the system to replace the defective stuffing-boxes and oil-ducts
fall of pressure or capacity of the pump to replace the pump
clogged filter of the system to replace the filter
wear of waterproofers and steering rack piston ring repair/replacement of the steering rack
wear of the steering rack case repair/replacement of the steering rack
"heavy steering wheel" in the center wear of the steering rack working cylinder case repair/replacement of the steering rack
"heavy steering wheel" in one direction wear of the slide cases/wear of the slide waterproofers repair/replacement of the steering rack
"heavy steering wheel" at quick rotation weak belt tension/ wear of pulleys/wear of belts to adjust the belt tension/replace the pulleys/replace the belts
ingress of air into the system to replace the defective stuffing-boxes and oil-ducts
fall of pressure or capacity of the pump to replace the pump
the steering wheel does not recover (recovers badly) to the midgear fault of chassis to repair
toe-in and wheel camber disorder to carry out the regulation
the steering column shaft cross-pieces are worn out to replace the cross-pieces
the steering rack is unregulated to carry out the regulation
lack of control precision (the car "yaws" on the road) the steering rack is unregulated to carry out the regulation
low level of liquid in the tank to repair the leakage and add the liquid
wear of the chassis parts to replace the worn parts
the steering column shaft cross-pieces are worn out to replace the cross-pieces
ingress of air into the system to replace the defective stuffing-boxes and oil-ducts
shocks of the steering wheel at rotation ingress of air into the system to replace the defective stuffing-boxes and oil-ducts
the steering column shaft cross-pieces are worn out to replace the cross-pieces
the steering rack is unregulated to carry out the regulation
wear of the chassis parts to replace the worn parts
vibration of the steering wheel at driving the wheels are poorly balanced to balance the wheels
toe-in and wheel camber disorder to carry out the regulation
steering-play wear of the chassis parts to replace the worn parts
the steering column shaft cross-pieces are worn out to replace the cross-pieces
the steering rack is unregulated to carry out the regulation
spontaneous turn of the steering wheel the destruction of the valvs system repair/replacement of the steering rack
noise (screech) ingress of air into the system to replace the defective stuffing-boxes and oil-ducts
clogged filter of the system to replace the filter
deformation in oil-ducts to replace the oil-ducts
fall of pressure or capacity of the pump to replace the pump
low level of liquid in the tank to repair the leakage and add the liquid
constant loss in hydraulic liquid wear of the stuffing-boxes and seals in steering rack or pump repair/replacement of the defective unit
depressurizing of the oil-ducts joints to replace the seals
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