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Very true. Or possibly headlight fluid needs to be changed.
 

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I changed the blinker fluid -- ha ha ha

my temps - dam cold
northern Michigan - negatives to around 20-30 degrees

I have the AIP bypass, I will try that, but gonna wait till its warm out

i'll makes sure I document what fixed it
thanks a lot

there is no way this is a normal - factory condition sound
 

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I changed the blinker fluid -- ha ha ha

my temps - dam cold
northern Michigan - negatives to around 20-30 degrees

I have the AIP bypass, I will try that, but gonna wait till its warm out

i'll makes sure I document what fixed it
thanks a lot

there is no way this is a normal - factory condition sound
My 2013 tundra is making the same noise as yours now with 130k miles. Did you end up figuring out what it was?
 

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that is power steering pump or another hydraulic pump.
Im going second the power steering pump. Mine on my 2000 has started making noise on a really cold start up. I'm assuming either the pulley bearing or there's air/moisture in the system on mine.

But I know nothing about the AIP system so I can't comment on that


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then i would start shopping for a rack and pinion if the pumps are going then either they are being worked hard or losing fluid. I have a pos buick that popped a leak on my rack it went through 2 bottles of power steering fluid and a bottle of lucas ps fix because the car had been in a wreck and it is not worth dumping money to fix it

how does the steering wheel feel side to side and does it make more noise than normal when you turn it at a stand still
 
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