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Loss of power steering, resevoir is full and no leaks, battery light is perminately illuminated

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Sounds like serpentine or power steering belt

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SOURCE: 99 Outback 2.5:I have a fluid leak around the power steering pump

spray the area with degreaser and hose it clean,get a torch,run the engine and look at the area carefully,if you dont see anything,get a buddy to crank the steering wheel with the car running but stationary,and look carefully,you should be able to see where its coming from,even get little mirror on a stick or rod to see,,good luck,...Angus

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