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Whining noise My Grand Caravan makes a whining noise some times when I?m driving. It does not drive any different when this is happening. The noise gets louder when I turn. I have checked the fluid and the pump and all appears normal.

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Had similar problem. Fluid level was in operating range, but I filled the power steering to almost overflow, noise went away. Could have been coincidence, air in system or fluid level just needed to be over max. Have not had this problem since.

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Take off the gear cover (at drivers wheel) and check. mine made same noise then the gears came out. (shaft broke)

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