HOW DOES A POWER STEERING SYSTEM WORK?
TYRES AND POWER STEERING
The performance of your power steering relies heavily on the correct use and placement of your tyres. Mixing size or type of tyres on the same axle can have an impact. In general, if replacing only two tyres on front or rear drive vehicles, then the new tyres should be placed on the rear. Likewise, if radials and non-radials are on the same vehicle, then the radials must be on the rear. Ensuring that your wheels are properly aligned will extend their lifespan and minimise power steering issues associated with improper the placement.