Have a 68 Camaro with power steering,it tends to float around on the road when driving at 100km...
or more,how can i stop this?Thanks
Change your power steering pump and get your front end checked out could be ty rods or axle problem too. If the car vibrates at 100km that s 90% front end. Or when it wanders all over the road thats gotta be the pump. If your lucky it might just be a seal leaking on the pump and not the pump itself. Whatever it is go to a scrapyard and buy the stuff needed for much cheaper. Good luck.
Thanks Powerful Pierre for your reply,ty rods all new car dosen''t vibrate,will look at pump.Cheers.
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