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  1. I'm new to the forum, and must admit I mostly work on Italian Machenery, but can appreciate the 911 too! I good friend of mine owns a 1991 964 carrera 2, and we've done quite a bit of work on it in the mean time. Now we've encountered following problem: When we turn the steering wheel clockwise, at a certain point (a bit before wheels straight position) we feel a little 'notch' in the steering. It like while turning clockwise you built up a little pressure, and at a certain point 'hop' over it. (hope this describes the problem) The problem is only present with the engine running (so
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