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What kind of noice are we talking about. If it is a wining noice it could be the power stearing pump but if it is a grinding noice it would be best to change the whole column it will save you alot of headache.
Yes the water pump can make noises but there is also the belts that can make noises.
So pour some water when the car starts on the belt and pump area to see if the sound stops, if belt noise it will stop but if this is the water pump, the alternator bearing or the idler pulley , it must be checked.
If the noise is a screeching noise, then most likely your window was replaced before and a small piece of the old glass was left in the window trim surrounding you door. Take a car antenna and pry back the rubber of felt (depending on the model) lip. You may have to remove the panel to check below the glass as well. Look for a very small object.