When you turn the steering wheel all the way till it stops and hold it there the pump is still trying to push fluid into the steering piston but it wont go any farther, and this puts a tremendous load on the pump which can cause belt squeal, its like pushing a car with the brake on a lot of effort for no result. So try this, when you have turned the wheel as far as it can go back off a little bit and see if it continues.
The squeal you speak of is belt related, yes; but it is not the belt. There is a belt tensioner ( the part you had to pull up to remove and replace the belt). Inside this tensioner, the bearing goes bad causing the squealing sound you describe. Replace the tensioner (pulley or assembly) and the noise will go away.
a belt needs changed. go to see a mechanic
It could be your serpentine belt.............or your power steering pump. Start your car and open the hood and try to isolate the squealing........ How long has it been since your serpentine belt was changed? If you can't remember, spend a few dollars and replace it. It may stop the squealing. Even if it doesn't, you haven't lost anything...you have gained peace of mind your belt won't break and leave you stranded now. If it isn't your serp belt, look at your power steering pump and fluid.
From your description I would assume that to be the power steering pump slipping on the drive belt. You could check the tension if you want, otherwise just don't turn the wheel so hard.
Possibly the wrong belt was installed or most likely your belt tensioner is bad.
The proper hand position on the steering wheel used to be 10 and 2 but it has changed and is now 9 and 3. I am not 100% why it changed but I believe it changed so you could have a better grip on the steering wheel.Part of the reason for the change was to have your arms out of the way of the airbag.
your drive belt my be loose or need to be changed. You can try spraying a little wd40 in all the areas that the belt spins around.
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You can convert manual to power steering on a 1969 Camaro. the steering box will need to be changed, and a pump and brackets as well as fluid lines will need to be added.
The steering can be swapped. The steering arm may have to be changed, you will have to add brackets and pulleys for the pump and you may have to modify a bracket for the steering box. It is not a simple swap out.
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