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Peplaced power steering pump and it still makes

Drove around the block added fluied (fill line only) it started making noise and fluied came from the resevoir

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Check the resevoir level again. As you drive the car the fluid should start filling the lines and the pump. This will take some fluid to do so. You will have to fill resevoir a few times untill the fluid level in the resevoir remains constant.

Posted on Mar 22, 2009

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Check that the filter at the bottom of the reservoir isn't blocked and restricting fluid to the power steering pump.

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