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Toyota Camry 89 le v6 when you steer you have a loud noise like a slipping belt also you lost your steering power. Does power steering have some belts. What should be better look at?


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2006-12-20 22:40:26
2006-12-20 22:40:26

that loud noise is your power steering pump very low on fluid add some


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if they keep slipping maybe its too small and just slides out of ur vag

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Power steering belt is slipping and needs replacement. You should be able to do it yourself with a few tools and a few brains

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