2004-2007 Cadillac CTS-V General Discussion Discussion, power steering problems in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2004 - 2007; I finished up doing a ton of bolt ons and tuning my car. Everything is perfect except my power steering ...
- 07-22-13 01:15 AM #1Cadillac Owners Member
- Automobile(s): 05 cts-v
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- Jul 2011
power steering problems
I finished up doing a ton of bolt ons and tuning my car. Everything is perfect except my power steering is not quite right. It's like it's only half working. I unbolted it to do the cam and heads swap. I also took apart the steering shaft to get the headers in. Does anybody have any ideas what could be causing this off the top of their head, before i replace the pump. It was working fine before I tore it apart. The pulley spins freely, its full of fluid. The belts is on correctly. Any help or suggestions are appreciated.
- 07-26-13 12:18 AM #2
Re: power steering problems
Air in the line?
- 07-26-13 03:30 AM #3
I never opened the system. But I tried the method to self bleed, with no luck on the results.
- 07-26-13 05:04 AM #4Cadillac Owners Enthusiast
- Automobile(s): 2004 CTS-V Raven, StainlessWorks header back exhaust
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- Jul 2012
- Wildomar, CA
I'm subd to this one... I have had a weird steering issue also. Right after I start the car, if I come to a right hand corner it feels like there is something almost "dragging" or something. But it only does it on the first right hand turn. After that its good until I start it up again. There is no whine or anything from then power steering pump or anything. I'm probably going to top it off anyways since the reservoir seems about 1/2 full. I dunno just seems odd it won't do it on lefts also.
OP-Is that anything like you are getting?
- 07-27-13 08:17 AM #5
Mine is constant. You know how the power steering help decreases as speed increases. Well my steering feels like I'm going 110mph all of the time. I am seriously stumped. The steering shaft does rub just a tab on the header but this feels harder that just a little rub.
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