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I have a 89 chevy 1500 4x4 with a power steering leek and can't see the line that is leeking because it is going throught the fram after leaving the gear box

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  • ride4681 Jan 16, 2009

    the problem is that the two lines going and coming from the gear and rez are fine there is a line that is leaving the gear and going throught the fram to were i dont know and back that is the one that is leaking

  • Anonymous Mar 17, 2014

    tubes are leeking

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A very Fast leak Is Simple to Diagnose

  1. Start Engine with reservoir Full
  2. Have a Helper to sit inside
  3. Go under vehicle and look where you suspect leak is
  4. Have helper turn steering wheel to
  5. RIGHT or LEFT All the way till it stops and hold it there
  6. If you see it Pouring out from the Area suspected.
  7. That WILL be the HIGH PRESSURE Power searing hose.
  8. Under High Demand they have lots of pressure.
The Low side (RETURN will leak ALL the TIME and just Drip unless there is a Large hole in it
Hope I Have Helped

Posted on Jan 16, 2009

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