What Are the Causes of Power Steering Overflow?

Answer Most cars manufactured today have power steering systems. Power steering fluid is necessary to ensure that this important system runs smoothly. The fluid does this by lubricating the components of ... Read More »

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What Causes Power Steering to Be Hard in One Direction?

A faulty power steering gear system could be responsible for difficult steering in one direction, but it usually is not the only reason. Myriad circumstances could cause the driver to make an extra... Read More »

What Causes a Car to Overheat & Lose Power Steering?

A sudden loss of power steering followed by an increase in engine heat in a car is the result of a serpentine drive belt, or "S belt," that has fallen off or snapped.

What Causes Power Steering Fluid Leaks?

Proper operation of the power steering system is critical to automotive safety. Any sign of fluid leakage should be taken seriously and addressed as quickly as possible because a low fluid level wi... Read More »

What Causes Power Steering Fluid to Boil?

The condition described by most as "boiling" sometimes isn't. Though excess heat in the power steering system can indeed cause the fluid to boil, there are other conditions that can mimic the effect.