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First top up the Power Steering fluid, then with the engine running, turn steering slowly all the way to the left, and then, still slowly, all the way to the right.

Check that power steering fluid level hasn't dropped, and top if necessary.

Repeat the process half a dozen times and you should be good to go.


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