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Old 12-27-2015, 04:12 PM
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I would check the fluid level when it cools down. The fluid has a tendency to foam when it's hot and can give you a false reading.

There's no reason for Larry's not to take it back. I've returned things to them in the past and never had a problem. I'm sure they didn't rebuild it so it's hard for them to argue with you. I guarantee you aren't the first person who sent one back.

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I'll keep you posted. Thanks John and everyone else who took time to help me.
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New twist: Larry's thinks it's not the control valve since noise coming from pump.

Pump now leaks fluid up through reservoir cap and it's not overfilled. PS pump groans while cold and makes noise only when turning steering wheel. Just the opposite of before. Why has this changed, I wonder. Maybe I'll get lucky and something will break.

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The old pump was bad. It was binding in one spot. There's no noise and I can sleep again.
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