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67 mustang GTA steering problem

Pump is noisy, sounds like air in system, power steering went in and out after warm up, lost power steering at low speeds, returns as you increase speed. Replaced control valve and hose. Pump was replaced two months ago. After pump replacement it worked ok for short time. Pump seems to be getting very hot after short run.

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THESE TYPE CAN TRAP AIR DURING REFILLING, TRY REMOVE CAP ON PUMP, START ENGINE, SLOWLY TURN STEERING WHEEL, RIGHT - LEFT, CHECK FLUID FREQUENTLY WHILE DOING THIS, THIS SHOULD PURGE SYSTEM OF AIR .

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