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1994 Mercury sable

Trying to find power steering fluid reservior on this car. Was able to find all other reserviors but this one. Thank you!

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It should be some where along where your serpintine belt is because the belt turns the pump

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Here is the diagram for the 3.8L engine, let me know if you have the 3.0.
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