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Replace power steering fluid reservior

It appears the plastic power steering fluid reservior is leaking how do I go about replacing the reservior

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Here's a link on how to replace power steering reservoir.

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  • Eric Nelson
    Eric Nelson Jan 01, 2013

    Hey Thomas Thanks for your help and reply.I notice that the 1994 mercuryGrand Marquis" Reservior

  • Eric Nelson
    Eric Nelson Jan 01, 2013

    is different from the instructions you refered to.It is a lot smaller and it sit atop

  • Eric Nelson
    Eric Nelson Jan 01, 2013

    a small plate and it appears to be fasten by what looks like snaps> I can under stand the un doing of the lines but I am somewhat reluctant in how to remove the fluid reservior itself since it is plastic I I would not want to break it

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