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Noise when I turn my steering wheel.

I have an '03 honda accord and when I turn it makes a light noise. I had a shop check the power steering fluid and they said it was full! Does this mean my power steering fluid pump is out?

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If there is fluid in the pump and it makes noise, that may indicate that the pump is going bad. Some PS pumps just make noise. Ford pumps, for example make a lot of noise, and there is nothing wrong with them. If it's a squeal, it might mean the bearings in the pump are going bad.

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