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...steering is not working, i changed the pump, and pulley, also changed the fluid and bleed it in. what else could it be? Also, when steering the wheel inside the cab, i hear a little ticking coming ...

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...steering pump. have same prob. hard to steer is not the pump in most cases, it is the power steering rack and pinion steering gear. if u replaced the pump the only thing left is the steering rack ...

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...steering pump has seized up and stopped running, sometimes the internal bearing gives up and brakes the internal shaft , thus not circulating the fluid around the pipes for the steering, to check, ...

steering pump went. if the belt is not wet, but still tries to slip on the power steering pump pulley, the pump is probably starting to seize up. Did you check your power steering fluid? Try to remove

...steering pump. Any other ideas what it could be? you have to specific in the make , model , year and equipment type you problem indicates seized bearings in the rubber mounts at the top end of the ...

...steering pump to make easy steering , and the water pump cooling your engine. Do you smell rubber burning? hear a squealing noise? or rattling noise. Open your engine bonnet, start the car up, and ...

...be ok. Check that the power steering pump turns by hand. Pumps will not seize if they are not turning.water pump bearings will produce a deep grumbling rattly noise when idling if they are

Question about 2006 Chevrolet Impala LT

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...steering pump when turning,hard to steer. power steering fluid If the pump is making a moderately loud "whining noise", I would guess that your steering pump is near dry and about to overheat and ...

...steering.... water pump... tensioner.... idler pulley ... AC compressor seized. The belt will need to be removed and all the pulleys spun by hand to isolate tone that may be seized Hi Samantha: Belts ...

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Can you turn power steering pump by hand if seized up If the pump is truly seized, then no. However a pump can spin but not be able to pump sufficient fluid to assist steering.

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