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Is a noise wen i turn the weel all the way

I just got the power stiring fluid change and now i got this weird noise wen i move the stering weel

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You will have the noise until it gets used to the new fluid

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Check the level of power steering fluid in the reservoir, there should be a dipstick for that. Make sure its within the specified amount. If its not try adding some. Also there could be air in the power steering system, and if you had the fluid changed somewhere i would reccomend bringing it back to them and having them bleed the system.

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