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2005 Chevy Malibu


A message light comes up saying check power steering however no one can find the power steering under the hood. Where is it?

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It is mounted in back on top of the motor on the passenger side, find your resavior on the firewall and follow the large hose and there it is.

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Also check all belts on engine ok, and no suspicious damp patches where you park the card regular.

Regards

Philip

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