There are a variety of symptoms associated with a Buick power steering pump that is starting to struggle towards failure. Among these are, naturally, difficulty in steering, which is much harder or stiffer, especially when turning at slower speeds, because your vehicle doesn't have the force produced by the speed itself to help ease the turn, and groaning, whining or other stress noises that seem to come from the pump. Another, more subtle, indication that your Buick power steering could be having some sort of problem is an occasional sharp, jerking pulse sort of feeling that is felt in the steering wheel, and if is particularly strong, can be seen, as well. This, as the Buick power steering pump moves towards failure, can increase in frequency. These symptoms, however, do not always indicate that your Buick power steering pump is going bad. Sometimes, the problem lies with one or more of its associated parts, such a leak in a hose, a worn belt, or bent pulley. A close inspection of your Buick power steering pump and its associated parts should be done periodically, not just once you begin to experience symptoms of a problem. When you do periodic inspections of your Buick power steering pump and the other parts of your power steering system, you can catch small problems before they become larger, more expensive problems. Replacing a Buick power steering pump belt will be less expense and hassle than dealing with the damage that malfunctioning belt will eventually do to the pump itself. Our online catalog offers a wide variety of Buick power steering pump replacements and parts, at prices that are reasonable and made more so by our standard practice of providing free ground shipping for all orders of $50 or more. You can order your Buick power steering pump online with confidence, as our site is well encrypted, or you can use our convenient toll-free telephone number.