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I have a slight rumble(feels like from the rear)mostly at low speeds 20-30mph when you put light pressure on the steering wheel,lasts only 10-15 sec.

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Might have your tires balanced, thatd be the cheapest start. Have them check your tires also, may have a bad tire.

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SOURCE: replaced power steering hose 1500 chevy pickup

Maybe got an air lock/bubble

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ITS STILL UNDER WARRANTY! LET THE DEALER TAKE CARE OF IT.

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SOURCE: 1985 Nissan 300zx power steering hard

I'd love to help, but none of my service manuals show your car having variable assist power steering. Even '86 and '87 don't have it. The electrical connection you see at the pump, is a power steering pressure switch. All it does is tell the ecm that the engine is under load at idle when you crank the wheel hard and it bumps the idle up a bit so you don't stall the engine, but that's all it does. If you like, I can send you two wiring diagrams depicting the all underhood electronics, but I think you probably have a bad rack and pinion. Seems like a common problem from the small amount of checking I did.

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heve you checked your steering fluid? if the fluid is of check the bearing of steering pump and also the bearing of the tensioner.

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SOURCE: rummbling noise at rear wheels

did you change the rims and tires to bigger size or is it stock wheels. I believed your car is all wheel drive, check the rear end transfer case, brakes pad rubbing against rotor, due to sticking caliper. inner tire wall rubbing against shock absorber, bent rim or the wheel bearing going out.

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