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Ringo64

Steering getting tighter

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Well lately as of a couple weeks ago, my steering wheel has tightened up un-normally at high speeds. Thought nothing of it and now it has started to do it at somewhat lower speed. Originally it would do this at highway speeds, 60-80mph, now I feel it at 30-50mph as well. I'm thinking its the issue with the intermediate shaft (again) or I'm actually encountering the power steering issue which is a recall for the G6.

I'm thinking of taking it in to the dealer either this weekend or next, it will probably be next though :woot: Hopefully it will be fine till then and hopefully its just the power steering issue so its free.

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Probably power steering, doesn't sound like the shaft much.

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Probably power steering, doesn't sound like the shaft much.

:woot: & good luck

I think I need a new battery, I have had some weak starts the last couple of days. :lol2:

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That's a bad thing? :lol2:

I wish my steering was tight at low speeds.

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