Originally Posted by TJJeepJosh
How would you go about checking if thats the problem?
Sorry, I'm not much of a mechanic guy
Try to revolve your engine and keep it at a constant RPM and turn your steering sharp left and sharp right, if the whining tone changes while u r turning the steering, that is a good indicator shows that your whining noise is Coming from the PS pump, but check the fluid first, may be the level is low or the type of fluid is incorrect or your hose is leaking.
By the way, the procedures above should be done while your car is stopped on Neutral
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