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There is a roaring sound and hardness in steering sometimes

Sometimes, especially when its cold, when i turn my wheel it is not as smooth as it used to be and there is a roaring sound when I turn the wheels. I checked my power steering fluid levels and they are ok.

What seems to be the problem? I have a 1991 Cadillac eldorado

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Try turning your steering wheel from side to side all the way to get all the air out of the system,if that dont work,the pump could be going out!

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