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2002 grand cherokee laredo humming/grinding

My 2002 grand cherokee laredo is making this high pitched humming, almost grinding noise, that gets louder when i accelerate, especially when making a right turn for some reason. I can feel it vibrate the steering wheel every time i turn..any ideas?

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Sounds like you have a problem with one of your lines on your power steering or one of its components. the grinding noise could also be one of your pulleys that have gone bad too. check your steering assemby gear box.

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