2002 sebring hard to turn steering wheel and squeals until it warms up any ideas

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Asked by Aug 10, 2015 at 10:51 AM about the 2002 Chrysler Sebring LX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

car hard steering until it warms up

8 Answers

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You might be low on power steering fluid.

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no not that could i have under lubed ball joints tie rods ? belt seems tight also just hoping not rack

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Check the pulleys that ride on the serpentine belt, one might have failed or seized up. You might need to remove the belt to inspect/pinpoint which one.

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think it could be the a/c compressor i ve heard they are known to fail and thank you all for input

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i believe its the ball joints they need greased well prob replaced now

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i put new serp belt on it turns ok no noise thanks

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also since ive had this car i lost the windows and lock and dash lights but i found that on the driver door you can see the wire harness i had afew cut or broken wires fixed wires all windows and doors work the dash light s were just burnt out very easy to change dont be afraid easy

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one more tip but tyr at your own risk but worked for me the shop wanted to charge me 35 to clean a head light i use brake fluid worked great but dont get it on ur paint and clean off with soap and water

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