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Most likely there is still air trapped in the power steering system causing this issue here.Below is the proper power steering bleed procedure that needs followed to remove all air.I would do this one more time properly and see if this corrects the fault.If it continues try it again as sometimes purging all air can be difficult.If the procedure is not done correctly this issue occurs as well.
CAUTION: The fluid level should be checked with engine off to prevent injury from moving components. Use only Mopar(R) Power Steering Fluid. Do not use automatic transmission fluid. Do not overfill.
Wipe filler cap clean, then check the fluid level. The dipstick should indicate FULL COLD when the fluid is at normal temperature of approximately 21°C to 27°C (70°F to 80°F).
1. Fill the pump fluid reservoir to the proper level and let the fluid settle for at least two 2 minutes.
2. Start the engine and let run for a few seconds. Then turn the engine off.
3. Add fluid if necessary. Repeat the above procedure until the fluid level remains constant after running the engine.
4. Raise the front wheels off the ground.
5. Start the engine. Slowly turn the steering wheel right and left, lightly contacting the wheel stops.
6. Add power steering fluid if necessary.
7. Lower the vehicle and turn the steering wheel slowly from lock to lock.
8. Stop the engine. Check the fluid level and refill as required.
9. If the fluid is extremely foamy, allow the vehicle to stand a few minutes and repeat the above procedure.
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