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What might still be wrong with the power steering on a 92 ford aerostar xlt 4l - growls constantly like an over-steering noise replaced pump pressure hose and fluid but noise seems worse than ever?


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2008-06-21 03:18:59
2008-06-21 03:18:59

Have your steering box inspected by a mechanic.


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