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The power steering works off the engine, so if engine not running, no power steering. It sounds like to me that a good place to start would be the fuel filter. If the fuel filter is plugged, it may allow enough fuel to go through to run the vehicle for a few minutes but not allow enough through to sustain continued operation. The fuel pump is also a consideration.
Your alternator may be overcharging & causing major electrical problems! If your battery is bubbling then it cant be good. Check the voltage output @ diferent RPMs. Also check for cut or shorted wires! Also check that the battery indicator bulb isnt burnt out
This is normal for a 210K Toyota Corolla. What you are hearing is the
sound made by the power steering pump. Check fluid level and fill as
needed. Some noise in the instances you are mentioning is normal.
The problem probably is in the contacts of the spiral cable Where it is plugged in. if so, the part will have to be replaced. it is pretty easy to do if you can get the steering wheel off, pretty much just unplug it, and remove the clip that holds it to the steering shaft