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Front end vibration
1999 Mercury Mountaineer

Front end vibration

(1999 Mercury Mountaineer)
At certain points in turning the front wheels a vibration occurs. This happens when I back up and turning the front wheels( such as pulling out of a driveway. the vibration is starting to occur all the time now. Any ideas?
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on March 01, 2011
My first thought is that the power steering fluid level is low. Check it. The next thing I think of is that the power steering drive belt is slipping for some reason.
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on March 01, 2011
My first thought is that the power steering fluid level is low. Check it. The next thing I think of is that the power steering drive belt is slipping for some reason.
If you need to find a technician, here's a directory link for you:
https://repairpal.com/mercury-repair-in-north-olmsted-ohio
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