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Now power steering and fan does not work.

My power steering had a leak and the supply line from the pump to the Fan was replaced. Now the power steering and fan does not work.

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Inferior hydraulic oil was used by the mechanic. So I drained the oil and replaced it with the right oil. Problem solved.

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