loud noise loss of power steering

Asked by Apr 17, 2014 at 09:33 PM about the 2005 Dodge Caravan Cargo Van

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Started up and the noise was so loud it also loss my power steer.driving him it stopped
then upon start up it does it again.I cked all fluids plenty of power steering fluid. Upon
cking my oil it looks like there not a drop in it but there's no sign of it on ground that its
leaked out. Would no oil do this as well ? I may b a woman but I no how to maintain my
fluids lol. This noise is crazy loud its making a chirpping now when I start it then the loud
noise. I get back the steering when the noise quites

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It sounds like your power steering pump has died. Or It maybe time for a replacement P\S hose. I hope it's not the P/S rack.

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