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2001 Lincoln LS squells or squeeks when steering wheel is turned.

The car has the V-8 engine. The sound is very loud and sounds like it is coming from the drivers' side of the car. If its going straight it really doesn't make the sound but as you turn left or right it gets very loud but the steering wheel still turns easy enough and the suspension seems to be okay even at highway speeds.

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Power steering unit probably going out !! Have you checked the fluid level in the power steering pump!!swampratt200!!AAAEEE!!!

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