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Streeing Noise Streeing makes noise (tik tik tik tik) while steering left or right Harder Steering Harder Suspension

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Fluid new and clean.? Flush system and use correct fluid. Hard steering-- Bad steering rack or strut bearings/bushings on top of towers

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I have a 2012 Mazda 2. Sitting on the road and turning the steering wheel 90 degrees right and left it makes a clunking noise. Put up on a hoist and doing the same it makes no noise. What is it.


the noise is generated by the weight on the points that are turning
the hoist you should be using is a 4 post hoist that the car drives on and the wheels are still on the hoist
any hoist that leaves the wheels dangling in the air will not be suitable to find the fault
most likely a steering ball joint end , suspension ball joint or failed suspension rubber mount

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Power steering squeels when I turn left. Whats the cause?


a few reasons belt loose or worn --pump failing --a suspension part binding causing an extra load on pump

May 24, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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Have a rubbing noise in steering. Especially when turning slow or backing an turning to the left. I had this same issue in a previous chevy truck


When you turn at low speed you most likely had your foot on the brake. As such, you are loading up the front suspension i.e. weight shifted to the front. Backing up at low speed has the same effect of loading up the front suspension. Your front tires contact patch to the pavement also increase in area -- think about the tire is less round but more flat surface touching the pavement.
In both cases (low speed/foot on the brake and backing up), they put more stress on the steering and thus the steering pump.

Hopeful fixes:
1) check tire pressure of both front wheels especially the sound occurred more often when turning left than right. The correct tire pressure when cold reduces the resistance from turning the steering wheel
2) check and/or replace steering pump belt(s). When they are worn out, they became inefficient in helping the steering pump to provide needed pressure to assist steering. Now the steering pump has to work 'harder' to provide the needed assistance to the steering

3) your steering pump is wearing out. Not totally dead yet. In cold days, the steering fluid is 'thick' --think viscosity. It is less efficient in circulate the pump. As such, a 'weak' pump has to work harder to make the thick fluid to circulate (to provide steering pressure). Mechanics refer to this cold days steering noise as "Morning Sickness". You can try to mitigate the problem by changing the steering fluid. You might need to change it a few times before the fluid in the entire system is purged and completely replaced.

Hopefully, inflating the tires to the correct cold temperate; changing the belts and/or complete steering fluid flush could solve your problem. They are all much less expensive than replacing the steering pump.

Oct 12, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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Steering noise at turning left and right


If the noise is heard just at the steering wheel when turned left or right, then remove the steering wheel and apply a little multipurpose grease or white petroleum jelly on a brass band under the steering wheel.
If the noise is heard coming from under the engine bay, check the entire suspension system for worn out ball joints, tie rod ends, rack ends, rubber bushes and shock absorbers.

Sep 20, 2012 | 2000 Honda City

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When turning streeing makes noise


I would like to help you with your problem. However, I have no idea what "streeing" is. If you meant to say STEERING, I would recommend that you check your belt tension and power steering fluid level.

Mar 17, 2012 | 2003 GMC Envoy

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if noise is excessive it may be low in power steering fluid .if this is the case it will make a moaning ,tearing sound.any car with power steering will make some noise when locked fully left or right.

Oct 17, 2008 | 2000 Volvo S70

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Suspension groans when making a left turn


sometimes the noise is in the steering wheel the plastic is rubbing together causing that sound.

Jul 15, 2008 | 2000 Ford Taurus

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