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When idling and I turn the steering wheel , the revs dip by about 50 -100 . Does the same when I put the blower on any suggestions? Should I hear the power steering when i turn the wheel as i can hear a sort of low whining noise. Not loud but never had power steering before. Is it possible to have too much power steering fluid in the reservoir? Cheers
New to Escorts ( from vaux corsa ) and I will be spending some time generally maintaining my new ( to me ) escort. 1.6 lx zetec SEFI 5 door hatchback It had been standing still for 12 months but started 1st time.. New plugs , engine flush and oil change so far. Will be looking at auxiliary drive belt this weekend as there is a low bassy "thrumming " underneath the general engine noise....just wondered if it had been affected by being stood still for so long.. I would like to know if there are any greasing / oiling points that I should know about as i can't find anything in my Haynes manual. Can you grease wheel bearings and if yes is it easy ?? Would the standing still affect the gearbox oil at all? Cheers