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The steering wheel squeeks when turned! - 1998 Toyota Camry

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  • Anonymous Jan 28, 2009

    The steering wheel squeeks when I turn. It sounds like a cat and is very annoying! I also drive a 98 Camry so maybe that is the problem.

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Check the power steering fluid and add as necessary. Many Toyota steering wheels meow when turned and it is not abnormal just annoying!

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