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Steering noise when driving in a turn a loud noise comes out in the front drivers side.i changed the power steering gear box because i taught that was the problem.any help would be greatly appriecated.

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Sounds like your power steering pump could be at fault.
Make sure your belt is tight.

Posted on Oct 04, 2008

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