How does a car steering system work? It's a lot more involved than just turning a steering wheel. The steering system provides the wheels with movement while keeping them stable. One part, called the steering shaft, will send messages from your steering wheel down to your wheels. You turn the steering wheel, which will convert that turn into rotary motion-- the same motion that goes down a steering shaft and moves your wheels move back and forth or from left to right.
If you drive your vehicle often, even multiple times a day, your steering system may eventually have uncontrolled motion or misalignment. If it's ignored, you may experience unpredictable handling or quicker tire wear. Signs of a bad steering system are easy to spot. They include dirty power steering fluid, squealing or grinding noises, your vehicle favoring one side, and steering wheel problems, and a wheel that feels like it's hard to turn.
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