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Old 11-04-2010, 06:55 PM
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Steering and brakes not right

I have an 01 C.C sd f250 and if i have my foot on the brake i cant turn the wheel at a dead stop. I was thinking the box was junk because if i am driving sum times the streering wheel will take off and jerk left to right.

I have put alot of work and new parts into my truck due to the fact the guy i got it from ran it into the ground before he sold it.He had no money to fix N E thing, not *****n because i got it dirt cheap but gettn sick of chasing parts.

I have repalce the whole brake system Master, Booster, Calipers ive done upper and lower joints and still have steering problem if any one has any suggestions that may help i would apperciate it Thanks
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Old 11-04-2010, 07:15 PM
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I have an 01 C.C sd f250 and if i have my foot on the brake i cant turn the wheel at a dead stop. I was thinking the box was junk because if i am driving sum times the streering wheel will take off and jerk left to right.

I have put alot of work and new parts into my truck due to the fact the guy i got it from ran it into the ground before he sold it.He had no money to fix N E thing, not *****n because i got it dirt cheap but gettn sick of chasing parts.

I have repalce the whole brake system Master, Booster, Calipers ive done upper and lower joints and still have steering problem if any one has any suggestions that may help i would apperciate it Thanks
Sounds like bad power steering pump . They run the steering and are the brake booster as well .
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Old 11-08-2010, 05:31 AM
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I*ve changed the pump twice
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Old 11-08-2010, 02:49 PM
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Did you get the air all bled out . Sometimes that can be a chore . I have heard some shops actually pressure bleed them .
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Old 11-13-2010, 06:26 PM
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don't you have to jack the front end up and keep turning the wheel back and fourth from stop to stop
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