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Old 05-01-2011, 07:51 AM
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PS Pump noise

I hear a noise when i turn my wheel its coming from the power steering pump, soo i searched the forum from wht i found i think the ps pump is done but i want to make sure before i change it heres the video of the noise.

http://youtu.be/GHw8FJJryyg

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from what i can tell in the video, you're not low on PS fluid so yeah, i'd say your PS pump is on its way out the door.
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Re: PS Pump noise

your fluid level looks good so yeah it could either be the pump or the belt its self i had that problem on a chevy silverado
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yeah bro that same thing that was happening to mine that your PS pump that done dude.
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Re: PS Pump noise

thanks for the help guys, but do u think it probably be the belt like 9lude3 said, the belt is kind a worn, and if any1 have a 97-01 pump for sale let me know thanks.
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belts are gonna make a squealing noise. you might as well replace the belt while your at it though since it's worn.
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Pump is done.
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belts are gonna make a squealing noise. you might as well replace the belt while your at it though since it's worn.
i might well replace the belt too then thanks
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