What's causing stiff steering?

I have a Renault Master. It seems like the mechanical steering is stiff both driving and stationary, so I changed the steering pump - without result. Are there any common things to look for? There aren't any leaks.

Asked on 13 May 2020 by dennis gormley

Answered by Dan Powell
Check the tyre pressures; the correct PSI can be found in the owner's manual and on a plate inside the driver's door frame. If this doesn't fix the problem then it may be worn joints or parts within the steering rack itself.
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