1997 Mercury Mountaineer AWD_ Notchy Power Steering

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1997 Mercury Mountaineer AWD_ Notchy Power Steering

Post by jasonty » Tue Jul 31, 2018 8:24 pm

My belt tensioner's bearing failed and caused the serpentine belt to be destroyed. After I left the shop the steering was VERY notchy. They stated that this was normal for Fords after running w/ the belt off, and would self correct. Does this sound correct?
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Re: 1997 Mercury Mountaineer AWD_ Notchy Power Steering

Post by andyofcolumbusmerkur » Sun Aug 12, 2018 10:41 am

Is it still notchy? Or did it smooth out after awhile like they said?
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Re: 1997 Mercury Mountaineer AWD_ Notchy Power Steering

Post by jasonty » Sun Aug 12, 2018 11:13 am

It’s a spare vehicle, so it hasn’t went very far. I guess I’ll have to go out some miles on it.
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