Hard steering

Asked by Dec 14, 2014 at 07:15 PM about the 1964 Ford Falcon

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have manual steering and it seems really hard to turn ,is there and thing I can do to help

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Have you had the front end steering parts lubricated lately.If you have your vehicle serviced for an oil change that is usually part of the oil change. Something some people miss is the air pressure in their tires. Look at the driver's door post or the door when open.There should be a sticker with manufacturer recommended psi for the tires on your vehicle.Do not go by what's written on the tires.That number does not pertain to the vehicle maker's recommendation for tire pressure..Also, check the tire condition. If belt is slipped or there is uneven wear you may need an alignment.A front end out of alignment will make even power steering vehicles hard to turn. Good luck

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