Not me. Glad it was an easy fix. May have been something they corrected at the factory before too many were made....i hope.:bigroll:
Thanks, man. Mine is an 06 model and was manufactured in March of 06, so it probably is one of the first models. Not sure exactly when production of the STS-V began.Not me. Glad it was an easy fix. May have been something they corrected at the factory before too many were made....i hope.:bigroll:
That could be. I think I know what you are talking about because on a few occasions I have felt some kind of very VERY slight vibration on turns at low speeds. It is hard to describe but it kind of feels like rubber slipping on a wet floor. I just chalked it up to the wide tires grabbing.Glad you got it fixed and that it didn't take out the pump.
The STS-V does not use the same power steering pump as the standard STS.
This may explain the problem I am still having with the steering system vibrating on me during left and right turns at low speeds. I think the pump is not working correctly at low speeds. To me, it isn't pumping enough fluid through at low speeds and that may be what is causing the problem. Dealer said it is normal.
Same here. I have a Chevy Silverado with a lift kit and 35 inch mudder tires on it, and it does the same thing. The wide tires just grab sometimes which I guess they are supposed to do. Same for wide performance tires, I suppose.Yes, I lost my power steering fluid too. Dealer fixed it.
I have slight steering problems - very slight tugs now and then, especially at lower speeds - but I think it's the tires. It's not that big of a deal for me.