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Power Steering Fluid Reservior

I cannot locate the reservior to check the power steering fluid level. Where is it at? I must be blind if there is one. Can someone help?

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Reach around behind the alternator and untwist the cap. You'll need a long funnel to put the fluid in.

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The resivior is behind the motor on the pasenger side about half way down the motor

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