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Squeaking when turning steering wheel

We have a 2000 ford windstar. And recently we have been hearing a squeaking sound when making right and left turns. Does anyone have any ideas.
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  • Anonymous Apr 14, 2009

    same problem on my 1996. not the power steering pump. been troubleshooting/researching and it seems to be coming from the power steering rack and pinion assembly. ford has service bullitens on this.

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That would be your power steering. The fluid may be low.

Posted on Feb 23, 2009

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