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I hear a whining pretty much all the time in my 02 F250 7.3 diesel especially when I am turning. I asume it's the P/S pump. Is that also associated with the brakes. They say you can't ask a stupid question.

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Not related to brakes. Check P/S fluid level. Pump may be drawing air. If fluid level is good, you might have to replace the pump to stop the noise.

Posted on Sep 10, 2010

  • BigTuna28461 Jan 09, 2011

    I bet its the original pcv valve buzzing

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I had the same problem he a/c clutch was bad it is the belt making that noise

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