Re: power steering help
Depending on how bad your ball joints are, yes they could affect your steering. They are what the knuckles turn on. You should also check your belt and make sure it isn't stretched out to the point that the tensioner is at it's limit, allowing the belt to slip some on the power steering pump. Do you have a lot of play in the steering when driving down the road? If you do, that is a good sign of a steering box in need of adjustment. The box also could be past the point of being adjustable.
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