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Hi. i have a nissan pintara 1990 automatic. i have put it up for sale and was asked a question if it had power steering. i am not sure as i never drove it. when i look at the engine there could be a thing...


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Could be a hose or the gasket on top cover or the unit it's self could have an internal leak. Clean the hoses and continually check for fluid on a daily basis. Also look for cracks and signs of soft spots on the hoses especially near the connections, this should help you narrow down where the fluid is going.

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