Can ‘low effort’ or ‘reduced effort’ steering be installed on a '97, '98, or '99 Buick LeSabre or Park Avenue?
Please Tell Us Why You Are Interested In This And Maybe Other Suggestions Will Surface. Does The Driver Have A Disability?
This vehicle should steer fairly easily.
Have you inflated the tires to the recommended pressure, recently?
The driver has ALS (a slow progressing form), and is anticipating needs for now and 2 to 5 years down the road … before purchasing the car.
These cars come with “reduced effort” steering as standard equipment. There isn’t a much easier car to steer than a LeSabre or Park Avenue.
Would one of those knobs that stick out toward the driver help?
We’ll check it out. Thanks