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Steering wheel wont turn

I have a 2002 chrysler voyager, have enough powersteering fluid in it, but the steering wheel wont turn. i just put in a powersteering pump a couple months ago.

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May sure the drive belt is not slipping and the hose going to the rack and pinion is not leaking

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