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Steering Noise / Vibration

My Corolla Liftback '99 has a load noisy Vibration when turning the steering wheel. The car can be moving or stationery when this occurs. It seems to be coming from the back of the firewall. Any ideas?

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It is not the firewall. This means your power-steering engine has gone bad and it might have affected the steering rack.

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