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POSSIBLE AIR IN SYSTEM,MAKE SURE RESERVIOR IS FULL. RAISE FRONT WHEELS OFF GROUND KEY ON ENGINE OFF TURN STEERING WHEEL FROM MAX LEFT TO MAX RIGHT 50 TIMES. MAKE SURE RESERVIOR IS FULL. ALSO MAKE SURE BELT BELT HAS NO P/S FLUID ON IT, IF IT HAS FLUID CLEAN IT OFF WITH BRAKE CLEANER

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