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For some reason the steering's self centering seems to have reduced. I haven't changed the wheel or anything. I have to turn it back to centre. This has only happened in the past few days. I did a search here but found very little to help. Anyone got a clue?

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It is definately still working. It does appear to need a bit more pull to turn though, but that may be because I have been driving a eurobox in between repairs. Level is OK in the reservoir and no noises lock to lock. It sort of feels like a flat tyre or they are both very low but I do not think they are. I will double check the tyre presures tomorrow.

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Steering pump pressure can drop as it wears out. If a part has failed to the point of less pressure your assist will be less. The pressure is also what helps self center the steering box.
 

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Checked and adjusted the pressures today. Front passenger I think may have been down a little but couldn't see the pump display to varify. Driver side fron was on 32 as were the two rear. Adjusted front to 28psi and rear to 36psi as per the handbook. All now seems fine again and it self centeres once more. The ride seems a little less "bumpy" as well.

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