If your on one front wheel, the car will pull. Another possibility is the steering gear valve that apportions the hydraulic force from the power assist to the proper side of the rack to push the piston out. If the steering gear valve is leaky, you may be holding the wheel straight against the force of the power steering pump. Theoretically, you could take off the power steering pump belt and drive as a test, though steering would be pretty hard. If it doesn't pull with the power assist disabled, you know that the power assist is at fault. I think that racks with power steering are designed so they can be driven without damage if the power steering fails, but don't assume, check for your model. And of course, if you have a newer car with a serpentine belt driving all your engine accessories, this wouldn't be a good test to try:-)
This is a discussion on Steering Wheel Not Straight within the General RZR Discussion forums, part of the General RZR category; Hey all, My steering wheel is off by about 20 degrees. Nothing seems bent though, the steering shafts and everything seem fine. I noticed it ...
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