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Bubbles in power steering fluid 2004 maxima - 1998 Volkswagen Jetta

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I would use the factory Power steering fluid.  However as long as the fluid is Hydrolic oil G 002 000 you will be fine.  Just take this referance number in and have your local parts store see if they can come up with comprable fluid to the VW power steering fluid

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Does it leak while not running or when it runs? If it leaks without running you may have a bad P/S pump, return line or a crack in the resevior. If it only leaks while running you probably have a blown pressure line or a return line rupture. You may have a bad steering rack. The pressure lines typically will rust through, the return lines typically crack or rub thru. Hope this helps you.

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