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ive always noticed this and my freind at the indy shop who is changing my front diff later next week that my steering bearing should also be changed.

i have noticed that when the car is cold and the steering wheel is pointed straight as im drving and i want to change lanes that the steering wheel feels sticky, and heavy but usually goes away once i drive for a while. He told me not to wory since it wont be to big of a charge.

so next week im getting the front diff, Left front wheel bearing, and the steering bearing replaced all for 5 hours labor, since im already speading all this money to fix the car is there any other work that should be done? car just tunred 70k miles today
 

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the steering bearing
I'm not sure what this is. If your steering feels heavier than normal it could the power steering pump. Have you checked the p/s fluid level and the belt tension at the pump first?
 
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