Q: Power steering stiffness after brake work

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i have a nissan tiida/2012 model, i am from dubai.last week i went an auto mobile work shop to change the brake disc, that time they told me no need to change they will grind the disc and put it back.after that i feel stiffness/hardness on my steering.my steering is fully electric electric power steering.why it happen like this?

My car has 65000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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