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    Very good information. Did not even know this truck would have "speed sensitive steering"..

    So, I just got under the truck and did some looking around. Found a connector on the back of the Power steering pump. Pulled that connector off, drove around, and no more problem!

    For poops and giggles, i put the connector back on. drove around. Problem was back!

    So, i think i found my .99 cent fix. Unplug the sending unit to the power steering pump that adjusts the pressure!

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    My understanding is that, when you disable the EVO system, the power steering system essentially reverts to a "traditional" power steering system. If everything else is otherwise working as you should, disabling it might be the easiest solution.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mwa3c View Post
    Very good information. Did not even know this truck would have "speed sensitive steering"..

    So, I just got under the truck and did some looking around. Found a connector on the back of the Power steering pump. Pulled that connector off, drove around, and no more problem!

    For poops and giggles, i put the connector back on. drove around. Problem was back!

    So, i think i found my .99 cent fix. Unplug the sending unit to the power steering pump that adjusts the pressure!
    Glad that fixed the problem. As I had no idea those were there either. Something to put into my less than infinite knowledge
    @MrShorty, I tried giving your earlier post rep points but it says I have to spread the love around a little more first
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