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used I havn't driven my car for a month or so, been driving our family beater ford taurus ( use this car to haul shit in) for a month. After I got it out of the body shop, the car has been sitting in my garage awaiting some new forged rims & tires. Right before I put it in the body shop, I had my dad go put on new tires. Yoko's AVS ES100 235's all around. I finally drove my car around yesterday and it feels like the steering has tightend up a lot. I used to have conti-sport tires and the steering wheel felt a little more free. The dealer had told me that my power steering hoses are leaking, but I checked out the hoses and are free of any liquids spewing out nor any drops on my garage floor. Nothing obvious tells me they are leaking. It doesn't feel like the power steering/pump is gone. Anyone felt a change/feel in their steering wheel after putting new tires? Or is it just me being used to the taurus?
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