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Old 03-24-2011, 02:45 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Default Power Steering Issue

so over the last few weeks my car decided to be a real pita to handle.
it happens in spurts, usually the worst when the car is cold and settles down as it warms up. it feels like the 12, 3, 6, and 9 positions on the wheel get sort of locked when i try to turn past them.
i just had my car in for new brakes and the mechanic also replaced the ppower steering belt after i told him the issue, he told me to test it over the week and bring it back on friday if its still persistent to replace the power steering pump.
just wondering if youve ever had this problem and what you think of the mechanics say, thanks guys.
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Did you check the power steering fluid?
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Originally Posted by 1hawaii50 View Post
Did you check the power steering fluid?
And the belt.
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Old 03-25-2011, 03:28 AM   Thread Starter #4
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got the belt replaced as mentioned in OP, and had my oil changed 3 weeks ago at jiffy lube where they checked and filled the power steering fluid
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Default Re: Power Steering Issue

Sometimes that happens during really cold weather. Feel like its hard to turn, but then after a while it loosens up back to normal. And during that time the Power Steering belt squeals making you think its loose, when its not. Just the cold weather. Its happened to my car many times. But still check it.

And the Jiffy Lubes dont trust them, they'll shyt your pockets for some cash. Dont have them change your tranny fluid either, or they'll say your engines needs a flush, you'll be flushing more cash when your vehicle doesnt turn on after a while.

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got the belt replaced as mentioned in OP, and had my oil changed 3 weeks ago at jiffy lube where they checked and filled the power steering fluid
Sometimes they can give you a cheap belt. I'm guessing they probably used a belt called Dayco. If you want a good belt, use Good Year Gatorback belts, top of the line and isnt cheap. They work very well. Dayco belts have an issue of cracking after a while an will eventually get loose and you'll hear a squeaking noise. I know I had that piece of crap as an Alternator belt.
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Sometimes that happens during really cold weather. Feel like its hard to turn, but then after a while it loosens up back to normal. And during that time the Power Steering belt squeals making you think its loose, when its not. Just the cold weather. Its happened to my car many times. But still check it.

And the Jiffy Lubes dont trust them, they'll shyt your pockets for some cash. Dont have them change your tranny fluid either, or they'll say your engines needs a flush, you'll be flushing more cash when your vehicle doesnt turn on after a while.



Sometimes they can give you a cheap belt. I'm guessing they probably used a belt called Dayco. If you want a good belt, use Good Year Gatorback belts, top of the line and isnt cheap. They work very well. Dayco belts have an issue of cracking after a while an will eventually get loose and you'll hear a squeaking noise. I know I had that piece of crap as an Alternator belt.
I was going to say...check the fluid yourself...don't trust that they did it, so it must be ok.
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Default Re: Power Steering Issue

the fluid is fine i have checked it lol i was just stating i had it done recently, and jiffy lube merely did my oil change i got the belt replaced by a mechanic, who is now telling me the power steering pump might be the problem?
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Old 03-25-2011, 02:16 PM   Thread Starter #8
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and K i appreciate the feedback but what im experiencing definitely isnt something that should happen and go away.
i start my car up for short trips a lot and its like getting a workout to turn the damn thing, i also have to turn it back straight when im done with my turn as it doesnt just spin back to 12 when im done.
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Default Re: Power Steering Issue

Originally Posted by 05SilverMax View Post
and K i appreciate the feedback but what im experiencing definitely isnt something that should happen and go away.
i start my car up for short trips a lot and its like getting a workout to turn the damn thing, i also have to turn it back straight when im done with my turn as it doesnt just spin back to 12 when im done.
My car does this and was told by my mechanics it was the rack and pinion. It sucks having to turn the wheel back to 12 after a turn. Right now I'm shopping for the new rack. Does anyone have any hook-ups??
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My car does this and was told by my mechanics it was the rack and pinion. It sucks having to turn the wheel back to 12 after a turn. Right now I'm shopping for the new rack. Does anyone have any hook-ups??
Check with MrDolla if you want a Nissan part, otherwise check your local Autozone...RockAuto would be worth a look too.
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Thanks 1Hawaii50. Rockauto is about the same price as eBay plus it has a 12mo. warranty.
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Default Re: Power Steering Issue

If it goes from soft to hard (no homo) in the positions that u said, It sounds like ur steering shaft may have frozen.
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Default Re: Power Steering Issue

I had a similar problem with my 07 max. I got it back from the dealership after some buzzing sounds from my left front wheel. They stated the timing belt needed to be changed it was making a noise so I said go for it (under warranty). Got it back decided to rev up the engine to hear the problem and then the steering pump stopped working. Rev'd it up over 3k again while trying to turn the wheel and it started working again. Took it back to the dealer and they said it was the power steering so they replaced it (under warranty again). $700 for the PS pump though. Dang but it is working fine now.
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That is sad that Nissan is being cheap with building the car that its causing problems like this in an early age. Poor quality in parts that its ridiculous. The older model cars last longer than these and its sad.
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Thanks 1Hawaii50. Rockauto is about the same price as eBay plus it has a 12mo. warranty.
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yeah if its an expensive fix this is ridiculous..i just hit 51k miles
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There's also a joint on your steering shaft that might be going bad, or loose. My in-law's Alti was hit in the front. They replaced some parts, but they didn't replace the (I think it's called) u-joint. When she would turn you could hear a popping sound, and could also feel the steering wheel getting hard. Just a thought.
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Also another few possibilities, the upper strut mounts/bearing plate could be binding or even the ball joints. Unfortunately it could be a bunch of different thing and it's kinda hard to solidly say one thing or the other. If it was my car I'd be aiming more towards a steering component, strut mount, ball joint, u-joint in the steering shaft. I really don't think it's a pump.
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There's also a joint on your steering shaft that might be going bad, or loose. My in-law's Alti was hit in the front. They replaced some parts, but they didn't replace the (I think it's called) u-joint. When she would turn you could hear a popping sound, and could also feel the steering wheel getting hard. Just a thought.
I've heard it called the "rag joint"!
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so i just got told it was the rack by the mechanic..gonna price it out tm.
this is bullshit if its expensive this car has 50k miles on it and i treat it like a baby
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there goes the money for my springs shocks and struts..
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Wait, if it's under 60k won't Nissan cover it? Sorry I didn't read the whole thread.
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nah my cars too old i think its 5yr/50000 and my cars 6 years old
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I thought it was 5/60, but yeah, it's too old. That sucks man!
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Maxima warranty is 3/36k...unless you bought an extended warranty.
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