Re: steering question
By the way, just a little info on this, but when you turn the wheel side to side, you are actually bleeding the system of any air; so, what I would do when you turn the wheel side to side is to open the hood and check your fluid. If it looks bubbly, you probably had air in the lines. And, if that is the case, just top it off, and you should be fine.
Billie, my "sparkly" blue 1992 Ranger
SPECS: 2.3 I4; Rebuilt motor at 194,263 miles; straightened driveshaft when engine was rebuilt
FIRST MODS: 2" suspension lift and rear disc brake conversion