Make sure the tires are properly inflated. See the driver’s doorjamb label for more information.
With the vehicle on the ground, start the engine, and warm it up to normal operating temperature.
Warm up the power steering (P/S) fluid by letting the engine idle with the transmission in P, and turn the steering wheel from lock to lock about 20 times.
NOTE: If you do not heat up the P/S fluid, your diagnosis may not be correct.
After the P/S fluid is warmed up, turn the steering wheel from lock to lock, and note the steering
Continue turning the wheel from lock to lock, and raise the engine RPM to between 1,500 and 2,000.
Note the steering wheel effort and compare it with the steering effort when the engine is idling.
If the steering wheel is easier to turn at high RPM, then you might be effected.
If the steering wheel effort at idle and high RPM is about the same, this bulletin might not apply.
There was a night and day difference when I did this test. I’m going in Saturday to have this fix done.