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WD Steering Problem

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Mike IA.

01-30-2004 09:54:04

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My WD has a narrow front end with power steering. The past few mornings when I go out to move snow I will start it up and the steering wheel takes off and turn as sharp as it can to the left. It takes two men and a boy to straighten it back to center. It has been about -10 deg the last couple of mornings. When it warms up it works fine. Any ideas would be helpful.

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01-30-2004 12:35:07

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 Re: WD Steering Problem in reply to Mike IA., 01-30-2004 09:54:04  
This is just a guess but it sounds like a valve is stucking or maybe you have warter in the system that has the valve stuck. What happens if you just leave it that way till its warm or does it put a strane on the engine when it does that

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Mike IA.

01-31-2004 07:55:48

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 Re: Re: WD Steering Problem in reply to old, 01-30-2004 12:35:07  
It doesn't pull the engine down. When I do get the steering wheel straight it seems to work fine. I was kind of thinking it would have to be a valve sticking also.

Thanks for the input!

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01-31-2004 09:37:12

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 Re: Re: Re: WD Steering Problem in reply to Mike IA., 01-31-2004 07:55:48  
You might try changeing the fluid in that, if its water you will have to do it a couple times, but it could also be some dirt in the system and changeing the fluid would probably help

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