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When i first start it up ion the morning or evening when i back up and turn the wheels i hear a noise underneath like there is something on a bind. any idea what it could be?

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Sounds like this could possibly be a proble with the power steering pump. it may very well just be a little low on fluid and until the engine warms up it will cause a binding/growling noise. hope this helps!

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