Could be a tired power steering pump or simply low on p/s fluid.
A whining noise present when turning the steering wheel indicates a faulty power steering pump. As the pump fails, it allows air to enter the system and a distinct whine.
It probably needs power steering fluid added.
sounds like a bad power steering pump
Pebble caught between rotor and disc pad?
Depending on the model of vehicle, steering may require more effort due to aeration of the fluid and you may also hear a whining noise from the p/s pump.
yes it will.
no it will be your power steering pump it is worn or lowe on oil
could be where your power steering fluid is cold and thick
the bearings are probally giving out.
The kids in the back.
It is likely to be the power steering pump complaining that the power steering fluid is low.