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Power steering making a ''groaning'' noise

My steering is making a loud groaning noise in the cold mornings. Do I need more PS fluid? Where would I find the fill cap? I looked in my owners manual and it does not show a fill place? Is this what I need? Thanks
2001 C320

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  • sdradsek Dec 28, 2008

    I have the same issue. It's actually been going on for a year - get's worse in the COLD. Any help?

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Check your PS fluid. It is stated in your owners manual how to check this fluid. Remember to also check your PS fluid while the car is hot.

If your levels are ok (while running hot) (15-20 minutes of running or idle) then you are prob going to need a new pump within a few months.

Good luck.

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