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This can be caused from low fluid level. Fill the p/s reservoir and check for leaks, if you still have growling noise the pump has been ran dry and will need replaced and the leak repaired.

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Normally when the powersteering pumps growl they are either low with fluid or they are going bad. They normally continue to work even though they are growling. Many growling pumps do continue to work even though they could fail.

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