Questions & Answers for: Ford variable effort steering

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...not turn the steering wheel without very much effort. The temperature outside is -13 degrees below zero. Could that be the reason? could be but could also be you just need to add some steering ...

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...Variable Orifice (EVO) module. The EVO module then interprets this as an increase in vehicle speed and reduces the steering assistance to the heavier for highway level. ACTION: Replace the EVO module ...

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Question about 1996 Taurus

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Variable Assist Power Steering. This is a system that uses one of several methods (on your car its an electronic solenoid) to control how much assist your power steering system will generate depending

Question about 2008 Fusion

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...steering systems have a high effort function, a sensor controls output pressure(to the wheels) proportionate to input pressure (steering wheel) You need the Dealer for this one. Safety is a major ...

Question about 2008 Fusion

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...effort to turn steering wheel at idel or parking lot speeds check power sterring fluid, if fluid is ok power steering pump may need to be replaced.would like more details. like what model and year ...

...variable assist power steering - not your air suspension.  What it sounds like you are describing by "doohicey" is a suspension height sensor.  If the sensor is broken or damaged, it will ...

Question about 2004 Freestar

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...steering wheel without effort.If the effort changes while turning the wheel, the only things affected would be the rack and the column.If you notice it turns ok with the engine off but not with the ...

Question about 2005 Crown Victoria

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...variable assisted steering , have you noticed the steering change , get the code cleared if steering ok and see if it returns then will need further investigation i.e a sensor on the steering ...

...Variable Assist Power Steering (VAPS). Make sure the pump is really the part you need before installing. There are a lot more components to that steering system that could cause problems. Could be ...

...steering effort through the use of a torque sensor mounted between the steering column shaft and the steering gear. Steering assist is provided in proportion to the steering input effort and vehicle ...

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