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Skeaks nosie in the from end when you turn the wheel it skeaks even when you get in or out of the car it make a noise what could it be?

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It sounds like the power steering fluid is low. You probably have a slight leak and need to check it often. My 95 does the same thing and is loud if I let the fluid get too low. On my Esi the power steering is on the passenger side of the engine compartment.

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