Q: Noise coming from power steering belt area.

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I keep having a high pitch whirling noise like air going through metal. When I drive I hear it a lot more and when the car is parked and running I still here it coming from where thrower steering is. I have replaced my serpentine belt . Alternator and the power steering pump and the noise is still there. What can it be. Plead help its driving me insane

My car has 89000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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