Sorry, I don't. It depends on what the problem is exactly. If it's a bad sensor and the sensor needs to be replaced, it will be less expensive. If there is actually something wrong with the power steering then you are looking at parts and labor and some mechanics charge up to $60/hour plus parts. If you know what the problem is now then call a couple of mechanics, tell them what the problem is and ask them to give you an estimate for the work.
at 8:31 AM on May. 26, 2009