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My honda accord is making a humming noise which has progressively been getting louder. It sounds like it is coming from the engine or definately somewhere in the front under the hood. It makes the noise as soon as I turn the car on and is louder when I make turns. Any ideas?

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It sounds like your powwersteering pump check the fluid level and if its low put powersteering fluid for hondas back in there.

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