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Leaking power steering fluid

You are likely seeing auto trans fluid. It is often used as a substitute for power steering fluid. You say it's leaking badly so someone probably got tired of paying for power steering fluid and switched to the much cheaper ATF.

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Hit a rail hard. pink fluid leak, white smoke from hood and exhaust, loud whine noise, car wont start now

Pink fluid? Would that be transmission fluid? You have cooling lines running from the transmission to a separate reservoir in the radiator. Could that be the escaping fluid? Could the fluid have got on the exhaust and burned, and caused all the smoke? Or did the white smoke come out of the exhaust?
Check your fluids. Do you have pink coolant? Find and fix the leak, refill the lost fluid, and go from there. Good luck, drew.

Nov 30, 2012 | Cars & Trucks

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2003 vw jetta expansion resivor is full of muck and losing transsion fluid

if the as you call it muck in the reservor is pink in color and your looking trans fluid i would say the trans cooler is leaking internally into the cooling system make sure the trans fluid is not getting pink as well it will damage the trans

Aug 12, 2012 | Cars & Trucks

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Plymouth voyager is leaking pink fluid what could it be

Hi Barajas, The pink fluid may well be automatic transmission fluid. (ATF) The fluid in question is used in the automatic gearbox and the power steering unit. Different fluids come in different colors in different countries, but ATF is usually red or pink. Check the fluid levels in the gearbox and the power steering unit and I believe you'll find one of them is lower than its meant to be. Regards John

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What is the pink stuff leaking from the heads on my 1997 dodge grand caravan

The only "pink" fluids are:
1. Transmission fluid 2. Power steering fluid 3. Some types of washer fluid (rare) 4. Some types of AntiFreeze-Coolant are red, although most (80%) are lime or yellow/green.
The most common fluid leak from the head is coolant and is usually form a gasket leak. You say heads as in plural, which I take to mean a V6 engine. But since having both head having a leaking gasket is remote I assume that there was a typo and you are referring to one head.
Are you loosing fluid from the radiator and/or having overheating problem, then suspect the head gasket, It is a major repair.
Post comment with additional info, ie exact location of fluid and how much. Is it leaking to the floor? When does it leak the most, standing cold or engine running hot? Doesthe fluid feel oily or more just like water?

Apr 13, 2011 | 1997 Dodge Grand Caravan

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I have a 2000 Ford Focus with fluid leaking, pink in appearance with water not from cooling system?

im quite sure this will be the power steering fluid leaking, IF the coolant level is staying full. check level of steering fluid its a reddish colour but can become pink when leaking and mixed with water etc. hope this helps

Jul 17, 2010 | 2000 Ford Focus

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2003 Chevy Suburban leaking pink fluid

the pink fluid is transmision fluid.(you dont say from where....)needs sorting asap though....

Jun 04, 2010 | 2003 Chevrolet Suburban 1500

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Leaking radiator fluid but not from rad., pink fluid, no hose leaks

A fluid leak that is pink and/or red colored is usually either power steering fluid or transmission fluid. I recommend checking both. You can check the power steering fluid when the car is off. However, the transmission fluid should be checked with the engine warm and idling in neutral. Have someone else step on the brake or use the parking brake and block the wheels while you're measuring the transmission fluid level.

May 30, 2009 | 1999 Chevrolet Blazer

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Have pink fluid leaking from under the dash.

Hi I am Vortash .. as a guess it may be brake or clutch hydraulic fluid or antifreeze so first look in the radiator expansion tank if the same fluid in there you have a leak in your heater radiator matrix .. if not check the fluid reservoir in the clutch and brake some fluids are a pinkish colour if that is the same then you have either a clutch or brake master cylinder leak hope this is of help .. Regards Vortash ....

May 14, 2009 | 1995 Ford Escort

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