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U NEED A NEW POWER STEERING PUMP, ALSO THE SYSTEM FLUID SHOULD BE FLUSHED CLEAN. HERE IS THE PART NUMBER FOR A REBUILT PUMP.

A-1 CARDONE Part # 215194 {w/o Reservoir; Reman.} $175.00

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Could be power steering pump.. check the fluid. or check for leaks

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