If you notice some clunks, knocks or squeaks when you turn the steering wheel, something in the system is causing friction that needs attention; if you notice moaning or whining, the issue is likely to be in your power s... More »

A whining noise may occur as a result of low power steering fluid, a transmission problem or bad wheel bearings. The most common transmission problem that causes a whining noise is low transmission fluid. More »

A whining noise is caused by a faulty power steering pump. When the pump has air in the system or has trouble creating pressure, it produces a loud whining noise. More »

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If the front end of a car makes a squeaking noise when the wheel is turned, this indicates a problem with the wheel bearing, suspension or the power steering system. The first thing to check is the power steering fluid. ... More »

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A power steering system is a hydraulic system in which the pressure increases with the vehicle's engine speed, and without a power steering cap, the power steering fluid leaks and the steering wheel becomes more and more... More »

Some common Dodge steering problems include pump failure in the power steering system, steering noises, steering wheel vibrations, poor steering and mechanical problems. These problems are commonly seen in Dodge vehicles... More »

A squeaking sound that happens when the steering wheel is turned is likely to be something faulty in the power steering system. However, if the squeaking sounds like it is coming from the front end of the car rather than... More »