Re: Jeep needs to warm up before steering is easy
As previously said, make sure the fluid is full, make sure its not burnt or dirty. Also make sure the belt isnt slipping, but if it was I think it would be constant and not go away once it warms up. I would check/change the fluid and if it doesn't go away they pump is no good.
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