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Power steering leak

When looking under the vehicle there is no leakage from the gear box or the power steering pump, where else can this leakage be coming from other than what I have mentioned. I put in fluid in the car every other day and it seems to disappear shortly after. I don't know where else to look.

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  • hebrews412 Nov 29, 2008

    The power steering fluid seems to be leaking from underneath. Could it be broken or loose hose?



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Ok mate ya have a steering use up you need a new power steering box ok thx mate

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