Re: 1996 Ford Telsar TX5 Steering issue!!! Help!!!
First of all, based on what you're saying, stop driving the car until you know what the problem is.
1. From your description I would first look at the steering rack mounting points to see if either the bushes are torn or missing, or one of the bolts is loose or broken. If they're ok, check all ball joints for excessive movement.
2. This usually happens when the Brake fluid level on the reservoir is too low. If this is the case, inspect your brake system, lines, hoses and calipers on all 4 wheels to check for possible leaks. If no leaks are evident, check the thickness of your brake pads and see if they need replacing.
Let us know how it goes. cheers