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Old 07-11-2008, 04:12 PM
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Wired P/S problem

not on honda but on my ford explorer. It happened to me 2 times the other day and a few time today. One time as i was pulling in to a parking spot and then as i pulled in to my drive way and now at a few redlights. When i put on the brakes to pull in slow it felt as if i had no power steering at all. It would go away if i gave it a lil gas or let off the brake for a second. The only other thing is that when i drive let off the gas and coat hit the braks to stop the P/S feel like it don't work and the engine feel like it it ideals lower then perks back up. All fluids wear fine brake and P/S didn't hear any vacuum leaks and brake booster was fine too. What do i need to do now?
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