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big thanks to John {omegod ']
« on: 15 April 2018, 10:49:33 »

moved into a bungalow in a village north of York. at the moment I have no online connection in the premises so I purchased a 5 day pass with BT Fon. thankyou John (omegod) for post about power steering for me .  yes when the revs are low the steering is stiff a toe on the accelerator & its usable. noticed the reservoir has lost some atf this morning. I cannot do any work on my car as its shared parking. my guess its perforated pipes as they are very rusty. will look for some.  :y
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Re: big thanks to John {omegod ']
« Reply #1 on: 15 April 2018, 12:04:14 »

Fluid level changes with fluid temperature...
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Re: big thanks to John {omegod ']
« Reply #2 on: 15 April 2018, 17:39:08 »

update . the reservoir is low but there is no signs of any atf on the concrete on the floor. rang somebody I know & he said if no sign of leaks then pump is suspect . is that agreed by all who may know. a bit in the dark as its not something ive ever experienced
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Re: big thanks to John {omegod ']
« Reply #3 on: 15 April 2018, 17:50:06 »

Any noise from the pump when you try dry steering or at low speed?  Mine sounded like a tortured cat when it had the PAS leak (nice and quiet now its fixed).
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Re: big thanks to John {omegod ']
« Reply #4 on: 15 April 2018, 18:03:59 »

Any noise from the pump when you try dry steering or at low speed?  Mine sounded like a tortured cat when it had the PAS leak (nice and quiet now its fixed).
not really but its only just started. but I have noticed when the steering went hard left hand down there was a knocking , also a squeal which I put down to the aux belt
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