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most likely it is your power steering fluid is low, or the power pump is going bad, or your serpetine belt is loose. The power steering pump is located behind the motor on the right side, you will have to remove the radiator over flow tank.
It is located on the lower back of the engine. You have to remove the radiator over flow tank, there is 2 bolts(10mil) on top of tank, then lift the tank up, make sure you leave the hose connected.once you have the tank out of the way, take a rag and wipe the dirt and oil off of the cap before you check the oil level.
if it is like the 02 impala its under the alternator which has to be removed the radiator tank resevoir, the inlet for the heater hoses which is on the front of the motor also has to be removed to get all psp bolts out power steering pump 2 to 3 hour job DYI
Locate the cap to the power steering fluid reservoir
Remove cap and fill reservoir with GM Power Steering Fluid (P/N 89021184) or any fluid a knowledgeable parts department says is compatible. It may not look like much but there are a few dozen steering fluids available out there and lots of systems aren't compatible with many of them (wrong fluid will disintegrate seals, pumps, etc...)