Tallahassee had it last week and I got an email saying Jacksonville has it from yesterday (5/9) through this weekend.
Maybe we can drain a little power steering fluid out to stiffen up the steering wheel a bit?
This description reminds me on old Crown Vic we used to drive as a service car. This was basically a land yacht...and the steering felt over-assisted.The other thing that struck me was that the steering wheel feels like there is no resistance. Does that make sense? Could be that we were going lower speeds and the power steering assist is more than I'm used to.
I did notice that it was much easier to turn sharply. The SUV was backed into a display spot in front of the building. The salesperson says ok, turn right. so I started to turn right and then he says 'oh, no, I mean left!' very easy to spin the wheel.Electric power steering has a different feel than the old school belt driven pump found on the old full size SUVs based on trucks.
At lower speeds most Electric power steering systems change the boost to make the effort to turn fairly light and as speed increases they lower the assistance to add weight to the steering feel and help make the driving effort less sensitive/ twitchy etc. The negative is that feed back to the driver isn’t as good as the traditional power steering systems.