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When turning steering wheel lots of banging noise, what is it?

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A banging noise? The only thing that I could guess is you have over sized tires on your vehicle which is rubbing on your fender as you turn (check to see if your tire is stripping).. Now if it's a loud 'clicking' noise then that's your tranny.

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Have you checked your power steering fluid?

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