I was wondering if anyone could tell me what was going on with my camry. When I drive over a puddle, the steering wheel becomes exteremly hard to turn, in either direction. This happens when I'm actually in the shallow puddle and for a brief period of time after a get out of the puddle. The steering never tightens like this in dry weather or even in the snow, only when it is a puddle of water. I checked the power steering fluid and that is fine. I don't think it is the steering column, because this only occurs when driving over a puddle. It does not occur when I drive over a wet road either. I know one solution is , "don't drive over a puddle," which is what I have been doing. But does anyone have any theories on why this might be happening??? I think it might be my tires, because I don't remember this happening before. But I'm not sure, that could just be a coincidence. Any other theories and/or solutions??