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My 03 kia optima whines @ idle and gets really loud if I turn left or right. Power steering is full, replaced the power steering pump, drained and refilled fluid w/lucas. And now it's actually louder.


take it to a power steering specialist shop
the noise is from a pressure relief valve that unloads the pump pressure when it is not required for steering( idling, steering straight ahead or not steering wheel movement to activate the control valves)
the valve is faulty or the spring for the valve is failing and getting weak

Dec 19, 2016 | Kia Cars & Trucks

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2008 Dodge charger 5.7 Code C1041 left front tone wheel performance


When you pulled the left front, did you notice any metal stuck to it(the metal would most likely be rusty)? If so replace the wheel bearing. Pull the sensor again and check. If not, look at the wires about a foot back from the sensor plug. Wires do tend to break close to the plug.

Sep 13, 2016 | 2008 Dodge Charger

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Power steering


check tie rod ball joints for loose and worn out. check for worn mounting bushes and bolts that hold the rack/ box tight.. check for fluid level in power steering reservoir. Have the front end suspension checked for security.

Jun 17, 2013 | 1995 Ford Taurus

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Power steering


Hello Mohamede.

Not sure what your question is here.

I will post a couple of common issues with the Elantra steering problems.
Hopefully one of these following problems will assist you.

1. SERVICE TIP - POWER STEERING OIL PUMP WHINE NOISE DESCRIPTION:
Before replacing a power steering oil pump for a "whine" noise condition, check the oil pump reservoir filter screen for contamination. If the filter screen at the bottom of the oil pump reservoir is clogged, it may cause the pump to aerate and cause a "whine" noise.
If the filter screen is clogged, replace the reservoir and reconfirm the condition.

2.Subject
ABSOLUTE STEERING POSITION (ASP) CALIBRATION FOR ELECTRIC POWER STEERING (EPS) DESCRIPTION:
This bulletin provides the Absolute Steering Position (ASP) calibration method for 2007-2009 ELANTRA (HD) and 2009 ELANTRA TOURING (FD) Electric Power Steering (EPS or Motor-Driven Power Steering). This procedure is required when the battery is discharged or after the battery or EPS-related parts are replaced.
NOTE:
If the EPS ASP calibration is not conducted when the battery is discharged or after the battery or EPS-related parts are replaced, the EPS and or Electronic Stability Control (ESC) warning lamp will be turned on and the automatic EPS return-to-center control will not be performed. VEHICLES AFFECTED:
Model: 2007-2010 ELANTRA (HD), 2009-2010 ELANTRA TOURING (FD)
3. Subject:
DIAGNOSIS AND CORRECTION OF VEHICLE PULL This bulletin supersedes TSB 05-50-012 to include 2009 models
DESCRIPTION:
Several factors may cause vehicle pull, both vehicle related and external conditions. The purpose of this bulletin is to assist in identifying the vehicle related conditions that cause pull and how to correct those conditions.
CAUSES OF VEHICLE PULL:
Vehicle pull is the tendency of the vehicle to drift right or left while driving in a straight ahead direction on a straight road at a constant speed with no pressure on the steering wheel. This pull or drift may be gradual and can always be compensated for by inputs through the steering wheel. One or more of the following conditions may cause the vehicle to pull:
Non-vehicle conditions that may cause the vehicle to pull:
^ Cambered road surfaces - Most highways are built with cambered or "crowned" surfaces to drain rain water. Sometimes the road camber is visually noticeable. Other times, it is not. The vehicle may tend to pull to the left or right, depending on the camber of the road surface. ^ Cross-winds - A sometimes overlooked, yet possible cause of steering drift is cross-winds. Side winds at higher vehicle speeds may cause vehicle pull. Please do not rule out cross-winds when diagnosing a vehicle pull. Vehicle pull caused by these two conditions is not related to vehicle adjustments and no repair should be made.
Vehicle conditions that may cause the vehicle to pull:
^ Tire inflation pressure - As small as a 2 pounds/square inch tire inflation pressure difference between the right and left tires may cause a vehicle to pull. Be sure to check the tire pressure before the tires are warmed up prior to attempting more extensive diagnosis. ^ Wheel alignment - Slightly out of specification wheel alignment causes very few vehicles to pull. Therefore, if the vehicle wheel alignment has been adjusted as close as possible to specification, DO NOT attempt to correct the vehicle pull by changing the wheel alignment angles by bending suspension components or other non-approved methods. ^ Uneven brake adjustment - If one of the four brakes is dragging, the vehicle may pull to the side of the dragging brake. Verify that none of the brakes are dragging and that they are adjusted correctly prior to attempting more extensive diagnosis. ^ Incorrect vehicle trim height - If the trim height of the vehicle is not equal on all sides, the vehicle may pull to the side of the lower trim height. Check and adjust the trim height of the vehicle as necessary. Please note that a slight variation in the vehicle trim height seldom causes a noticeable vehicle pull.
^ Tire construction - The way in which the tire is built can produce vehicle pull. An example of this is the placement of the under tread belt. An off-center radial tire belt can cause the tire to develop a side force while rolling straight down the road and the tire will tend to roll like a cone. To correct this condition, please use the flow chart. This chart provides the sequence of procedures designed to be performed for all conditions of vehicle pull. ^ Tire size - Different size tires or different make of tires, on either axles, may cause a vehicle pull.

Nov 14, 2010 | 2007 Hyundai Elantra Limited Sedan

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Leaking power steering fluid. pump is cover in fluid


check the power steering hoses they tend to wear alot turn your car on let someone turn the steering column left and right while you inspect where the leak is coming from just my 2 cent

Oct 26, 2010 | 1997 Isuzu Rodeo

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My truck pulls to the left when puting on the brakes????


Either worn steering components or a non-functioning front brake caliper can cause a pull during braking.

A loose joint tends to be the issue with steering, and it tends to pull on the steering wheel as well.

As far as brakes are concerned, a seized caliper piston, or more likely, swollen caliper hose are the culprit. If you've never replaced anything other that brake pads and rotors, then you most likely need a new set of caliper hoses.

Aug 14, 2010 | 1995 Chevrolet K1500

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Have a squeaking noise from engine compartment when turning left only. Steering is not affected by noise. Any ideas?


Could just be steering pump pulley having pressure which is normal. You can spray with wd40. They tend to do this more on left turns because of position of the pump.

Sep 23, 2009 | 2005 Cadillac Escalade Ext

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Steering goes sideways


Hi, You need to be checking the track rod end, the bottom ball joint and bush, the wheel bearing, and the shock absorber, all on the left hand side. You could take it to have the tracking checked and they may notice something whilst checking it if you mention it to them. Cheers.

May 15, 2008 | 2004 Land Rover FreeLander

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