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High Pitch Noise in 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee limited

When I am making a right or left turn I get this high pitch noise and I hear a humming noise through the steering wheel also.

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  • gchell06 Dec 05, 2008

    Thanks It was the power steering fluid it was low.

  • beautygames Feb 19, 2009

    it almost feels like if i turn to hard the wheel is going to fall off. the noise is soo serious

  • Anonymous Mar 12, 2014

    My Jeep is making a loud whinning noise when I make a sharp left hand turn. What could this be? Help!

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Check your power steering fluid level, and system for leaks. May be a bad p/s pump as well. Hope this helps

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