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2005 1500 silverado steering noise

When going at parking manuver speed and turning to the right my truck gives a, (out of fluid type sound) but only to the right, can't check anything because it doesn't do it stopped only when moving slow. How do ya check something like this?

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    I have the same problem on my 2005 silverado.Sound like it low on power steering fluid when turning to right at low speed.If you find a solution please post.



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I have two relatives that own Chevorlets and they all make noises when turning. They are two different models and years so it seems to be a generic thing. Have you called your dealer? I know their problem was generic and could only be fixed temporarily.

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