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2005 chevy impala power steering leak problem

I am putting power steering fluid in weekly, it is pouring out onto the belt and everywhere below. my belt is squeeling really loud. the fluid turns really dark brown/black after about a day. i dont know where the leak is coming from or where to begin to fix. please help!

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  • alliyia Nov 06, 2008

    How do you get the resivoir off?

  • Anonymous Dec 17, 2008

    wher edo i put the fluid

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    the_beast85 Oct 18, 2012

    Did you figure this problem out. I am haveing the exact same problem.

  • Anonymous Mar 13, 2014

    Took out the pump without knowing how to put it back in. Need help asap please. I already have the belt back on, I just need to put the pump back in.

  • Anonymous Apr 01, 2014

    cant find where to put the power steering fluid in my 2006 chevy impala

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What you hae to do is check if the reservoir is leaking first if okthen it is either the piping or the steering pump. It is a process of elimination, you may need to clean the area first to discover where the leak is or work back from the point it is leaking on the belt. Until you identify where the leak is coming from it will be dificult to repair unless you just start to replace the pump and reservoir any way.

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