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Please check your power steering fluid, seem like very low, after putting new oil start the car and turn power stearing completely to the left and to the right ..twice then see if you have any oil leakage. around the pump itself and the oil line to the steering box and back to the radiator side..

Posted on Oct 13, 2010

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Most likely a bad steering rack
That is what happens, when you don't change your P/S Fluid
Change fluid and add Lubgard Honda (only) Additive--found at auto parts store.
Use correct honda fluid also

Posted on Oct 13, 2010

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