Old Toyota howls (not engine)

I have a 1986 Toyota Camry with 232K mi. (“greatest car ever made,” quoting Click and Clack). This winter it has begun to howl loudly when I turn corners. It’s not the engine howling since it only happens when turning. It’s not cold (brrr!) in Calif. like it is elsewhere, though cold enough, and I guess this is a temperature-related phenomenon, but I am wondering if this is a sign that old Betsy has finally reached the end of the line and is feeling a little bit the way I do when I get up in the mornings, since I too am past my prime. Hope somebody can answer this. Why is the car howling? Can it be fixed? Thanks. Ralph.

Could be the power steering pump or the belt that drives the pump. Check level of fluid in reservoir and tension and condition of belt. If not these, you may have a pump going bad or something else.