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  1. Join Date
    Jul 2004
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    439
    #11
    Why not go to Ford Casa again. Test drive a Similar Lynx model with the same tire size as yours and compare.

    Or maybe find a fellow Lynx owner or neighbor who owns the same car and test drive it para sure.

    I think I know how you feel. It is your car and you know if there is something wrong with it.


    Normally kasi, there is a pressure problem with your steering pump, fluid problem, dirty power steering fluid, may barado sa mga linya etc... (but kung ganito ang problema, normally, may maingay dapat pag liko mo.) Or it may be a mechanical problem on the rack end or parts kung nalubak yan. Patignan mo din sa mga gumagawa ng suspension. There might be a stone stuck somewhere, sand or some debris causing the steering to be heavy.
    Last edited by edl100; November 11th, 2005 at 11:09 AM.

  2. Join Date
    Aug 2005
    Posts
    227
    #12
    i'd probably go back to my selling dealer in pampanga they are much more accomodating. layo lang kasi.

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2005 ford lynx steering problem