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Steering I have redone the whole front end , new tires etc. I hear power steering wheining noise when changing lines on freeway on speeds above 75km/h. can wrong toe angle cause that?

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No

The whine is the steering pump

The cause is most likely a failing steering
rack & the added pressure shows up in pump noise

I would flush the power steering fluid first
Use the factory recommended fluid
The use about 8 oz of LUBEGARD for power steering

It is a US product, out of Washington State
The company has a web site
International Lubricants or just type Lubegard
for transmissions
Get the regular additive,they make a purple bottle
just for hondas also

Some dealers have a similar product or it could very well
be lubegard in their bottles

Posted on Mar 30, 2014

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    Armond Yerumian Apr 01, 2014

    I already have changed the oil and bleed the air out.

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