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IF POWER STEERING PUMP IS NOT WHINING IT NEEDS RACK IF IT IT MAINLY TIGHT ON START UP COLD,IF NOT I WOULD SAY IT IS A STEERING GEAR BOX,IF YOU MESS WITH ADJUSTMENT THEY JUST GET WORSE,GOOD LUCK HOPE IT HELPS

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