Hear_a_noise_when_turning_the_wheelIf you hear a deep growling sound when making extreme turns, your vehicle may be low on power steering fluid. Pop the hood and check the power steering dipstick. It should be clearly marked. Refer to your owner's manual for details on how to properly read the stick, and which type of fluid is recommended.

If your power steering fluid level is low, add the appropriate amount. And while you're at it, check for signs of a leak. If you notice a puddle of red or brown liquid on your driveway or garage floor, stop by any one of the Mountain View Tire locations. The problem might be just a bad hose, or it could be a more serious issue with the steering system. Either way, we can give you an accurate diagnosis and provide any necessary repairs.

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