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Hi all

I am having a problem with my steering on my legacy estate 2010 auto

It feels stiff and not as smooth as I think it should be, when you have turned the wheel to the left and then go to turn it back to middle it's as if it sticks.

I haven't had a chance to take it to be checked yet, just wondering has any one any ideas ? post-1682-142886892796_thumb.jpg

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It might sound incredibly stupid/obvious, but have you checked your tyre pressures? My stepdad thought his steering was locking up when he was reversing on his bmw, turned out the tyre pressures were just a bit lower than they should be.

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Thanks widesam but I check my tyre pressures regularly [emoji2]. I emailed Martin an d he said it could be something to do with the electric steering [emoji17]

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Hi quick update looks like I might be able to get the steering rack sorted [emoji2] found a guy who reconditions them just got to do a few checks on him first

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Well my rack is out [emoji12] and car is on ramps at martins [emoji2] getting recon on Monday then back to Martin so he can get his hands on my rack and put in back in place [emoji12][emoji33]

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