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Why is your car groaning when you turn the steering wheel?


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2012-03-24 12:00:29
2012-03-24 12:00:29

Try checking your Power Steering fluid. Low fluid levels can result in air being ingested and damage occurring to the power steering pump. If it is full you may need to replace the power steering pump to rid it of the groaning.


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