I tried to search for steering issues, but came up empty. I have an 85 Suburban that's having some steering issues. It's a half ton 4x4, with stock rims/tires and NO lift kit. First of all, the wheel has a lot of play. I can turn it probably three inches from the center in both directions, and the truck does not swing back and forth across the lane. Even more troubling is when I am traveling on the interstate, say there is an easy right turn. I turn the wheel to the right, but if I were to let go, the wheel stays in that position (it does not drag back to center). So, a minor adjustment would require me to turn the wheel left, but because of the significant play in the wheel, I have to turn it drastically left just to make a small adjustment. I end up having a lot of trouble keeping the truck in my lane, and am constantly swinging the wheel severely left and right for minor adjustments. When I turn the wheel, the power steering pump is *not* making any noise. The truck has stock wheel and tire sizes. I have never replaced anything dealing with the steering (pump, linkage, etc.). I don't know if it matters, but it does have a new Chevy 350 motor, as the old motor threw a rod. Thanks in advance!