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Daewoo leganza Power Steering/Battery Rub down

The power steering is no longer working.I poured in additional fluid to the reservoir but this leaks out as soon as possible.
Secondly,the battery keeps runs down once its terminals are fixed to those of the car and parked overnight.The charging systems is perfect though.
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