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1999 Lincoln Continental has a loud squeak in steering mechanism during cold weather. Seems to be located on drivers side.

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The belt may be slipping on your power steering pump or the pump itself is stiff and failing due to the fluid being low or old and in need of replacement. Check the fluid level in the pump. If the steering is still functioning fine and just squeeking, then simply tightening the belt may solve the problem.

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