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Ok, check the idler arm and pitman arm for smooth movement. If they are good, then the power steering pump is at fault. Also, check for any other obstacles that may be causing this as well, that would be getting in the way of free movement.
The best place to take it would be a place like Sears. They don't work on commission and have no reason to overcharge you. Thanks and good luck.
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