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Date:         Fri, 4 Nov 2005 09:13:48 -0600
Reply-To:     Larry Alofs <lalofs@RCN.COM>
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From:         Larry Alofs <lalofs@RCN.COM>
Subject:      Re: Power Steering Pump Squeal
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George Goff wrote:

>In a message dated 11/3/05 10:45:06 PM, inua@CHARTER.NET writes: > ><< If there are no other problems, and the bllt gets noisy again, just dress >it with paraffin periodically. >> > >John, > >Isn't this just treating the symptom of a slipping belt and allowing it to >slip without chattering? > >George > > > Hear, hear!

Why not use real belt dressing?

Personally, I've always felt that squealing at the end of steering travel is just the vans way of telling you that you're trying to go too far. Usually happens when the digiwife is at the wheel and I tell her to ease off a little. :-)

Larry A.

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