Why does my car squeal when I turn?

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A car squeal occurs whenever you turn, if the power steering belt is worn out, loose or slipping. When the fan belt wears out, it also causes a squealing noise when the fan is turned on. This is because it is connected to the fan, alternator and the water pump.
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