Re: Power steering issue? –
Autoscan first. Any faults? Then use your Measuring Blocks.
Latest versions of VCDS give what should be expected in a balloon
(from memory, havn't been into the VCDS steering in years)
But sounds like you've a mechanical symptom that isn't causing an error
And that means checking the drive train both sides from inner drive shaft through inner CV joints to outer CV joints on a ramp at the 90% of full lock you experience it on the road.
This might show up on the ramp with the suspension not tensioned -- but that'd be the only difference between road and ramp
If nothing found then it'd be suspension components moving at that point -- first see whether your sub-frame's showing signs of movement with any clean metal areas around the sub-frame bolt heads?
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