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"WHAT" squeals when doing hard turns? If you are hearing the tires squealing on the pavement, then you may have a suspension or wheel alignment problem. If you are hearing a squeal in the engine compartment, you may have a loose or badly worn drive belt that is running your power steering pump. A sqealing belt can also be the result of a broken or weak belt tensioner.
There is no repair commonly to repair the rack and pinion. The only thing you can do is replace the unit and make sure it gets aligned properly afterward so it does not wear out either the outside or inside of the tires, cause the steering wheel to be off, or steering issues.