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5th gen prelude steering pump

Hi I just warmed up by car and I notice a noice I dont know where its coming from but when i shut of my car the power steering pumb tank was overflowing even its on the right level. could it be my power steering pumg is busted and making noice??.
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Re: 5th gen prelude steering pump

Hey buddy make sure you check the belt is tight and the hoses are not biding ,and check for leaks ,also try replacing the fluid clean the pump bottle .Hope this helps .Also make sure to check your rack underneath for leaks ,sound like maybe your pump is going byby.Keep me posted okay for updates .piece out
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Re: 5th gen prelude steering pump

it could also be you filled it up way too much when it was cold and when it warmed up it just overflowed
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Hey buddy make sure you check the belt is tight and the hoses are not biding ,and check for leaks ,also try replacing the fluid clean the pump bottle .Hope this helps .Also make sure to check your rack underneath for leaks ,sound like maybe your pump is going byby.Keep me posted okay for updates .piece out

the belts are tight. how much do you think to flush my steering fluid?
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it could also be you filled it up way too much when it was cold and when it warmed up it just overflowed
I havent fill it up yet. but when the last time i checked it the fluid was on the right level. anyway I'll have my mechanic look at it. thanks guys
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Re: 5th gen prelude steering pump

what kind of noise? a belt squeel, a groaning pump noise, a ticking, a knocking, an air leak noise, what?? it could be alot of things, and try to figure out the general area of where the noise is coming from. p.s. if you turn the steering wheel with the engine off it will force the fluid out of the power steering resiovor-this is normal so, if you did that, this is why it came out, and your power steering system is most likely fine. make sure you top off whatever spilled out.
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what kind of noise? a belt squeel, a groaning pump noise, a ticking, a knocking, an air leak noise, what?? it could be alot of things, and try to figure out the general area of where the noise is coming from. p.s. if you turn the steering wheel with the engine off it will force the fluid out of the power steering resiovor-this is normal so, if you did that, this is why it came out, and your power steering system is most likely fine. make sure you top off whatever spilled out.
noice is something like grinding noice I'm not sure.. the fluid started leaking when I stop the engine then theres some bubbles on the fluid too.
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