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Old 04-04-2014, 06:33 AM
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Ps Pump, Steering

i have a lot to get done this weekend since the weather is FINALLY going to be warm enough for me to do so, i have researched up and down and cant seem to find help.

i recently got an alignment on my 99.5 350.. im running 33s, no lift. The alignment shop said everything checked out, so they aligned it. It seemed to be alot better out of the lot until about week after, i slapped a rough country dual stabilizer on after the alignment as added security.

now heres my issue, when i roll the wheel to take turns im feeling tension on what i think is my PS belt? or is that not possible?

My wheel even after alignment is still slightly off, enough to annoy me
I find myself needing to bump the truck left to right on highway to keep it in lane.. it shouldnt be this difficult to go straight.

Where on gods green earth is the power steering res in these trucks? could i be low on fluid?
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