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Putting in Steering Fluid

Can not find where to put power steering fluid

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  • penaloza Nov 16, 2008

    i cant find where to put in the power steering fluid

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    putting in power steering fluid

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It is located on the passanger side firewall. You will need a funnel with a long neck to reach. Hope this helps.

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