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WHINING AND GRINDING WHEN TURNING WHEEL WHILE DRIVING UNDER 30MPH

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  • Anonymous Sep 14, 2008

    2005 Mazda Tribute - Power Steering: I have gone through a lot of cars and this is the ONLY late model vehicle I have to worry about power steering fuel. I have to fill it about every 6 months. I still have a 2000 626, purchased new, now with almost 200K and if the power steering fuel was changed at the 100K preventive maintenance, it has been the only time.

    So what's the deal with the Tributes? I love mine, but this is annoying!



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