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The pump may not be working as and is now under stress caused sometimes by the power steering pipes braking down on the inside of the pipe. You will have to replace the pump and check the pipes from the power steering pump.
Not without completely reconditioning the steering rack, no.
In practice, it's always far quicker to fit an exchange steering rack. It costs a bit more than DIY but you're up and running faster, don't need to invest in special tools and you get a warranty on the entire unit.
You need to check the the power steering resevior located under the hood, the fluid level may be low, and a possible leak, if low you will need to add some power steering fluid, the fuel consumption maybe in need of a tune-up oil change, spark, plugs, fuel filter, air filter.
the seat has to come out very hard to remove most the time the motor is not your problem it is the drive cabels that need to be replaced but you can have bad motor if you sure that is but i dont see it i work for volvo
if the pulsating in the steering occurs while braking this is an indications that the rotors are out of round and need to be turned or replaced. if they are causing a pulsating while driving without braking it could be the calipers sticking.
your back brakes will be cooler than the front brakes as the majority of braking is done ith the front brakes even on four wheel disc brakes. hope this helps.
Horrible squeal. If my 740 made a horrible squeal I would be upset also. These ideas - timing belt has somehow slipped out of time. Easy check. One of the other belts are slowing the engine any of them can squeal:
The alternator belt
The power steering belt
The fan belt.
Does the noise occur only when driving? Does the engine sound normal when revving in neutral?
Does turning on the lights or a/c affect the noise?
Does the power steering work when car is standing? Is the squeal heard when turning the wheels.
A logical diagnosis will identify and eliminate these easy to fix problems.