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99 7.3 leaking oil and power stearing making noise?

Yesterday i did the ccv mod. Ever since then my power steering is making a noise. Figured it was leaking due to oil dripping down the front of my truck. After searching all over i cant seem to find anythign to do with power steering leaking? But oil is dripping down the front of my truck. So i looked into the valley and oil is in there. Figure it might be the hpop o ring. Going to look into that. But why the sound out of my power steering? It only when i turn the wheel. is makes a swihhing noise.


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either the fluid is low or the pump is worn out

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either the fluid is low or the pump is worn out
fluid is full. i just dotn understand how all this came right after i did the ccv mod? that cant have anythign to do with it? i cant see how it would. I turned the dog house around and around there it is dry as a bone!

also i stuck my hand around the HPOP and its not oily either. But the valley def has oil in it.


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anyone? is there any power steering lines going towards the front that would make oil drip down the front? this all started after the ccv mod


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