Question about 1984 Honda Accord
Noticed this old post, here's what to do-Your leak is most likely a hose or your steering rack. Here's a way to determine where the leak is: to locate it can be tough, because the fluid is blown around as u drive, making it hard to detect where the source is. Jack up the car, place on safety stands so u won't get crushed underneath. Block the tires so the car can't move .Get a bottle of baby powder, shoot it all over the wet spots under the engine compartment to totally absorb the fluid. Start the car and check for leaks, it should be easy to figure out where the fluid is coming from, as the white powder will show the pink fluid drips easily. U might have to apply powder a couple of times to narrow down the exact leak. Let me know how u make out. Curt
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
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