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Adding power steering fluid

Need to add power steering fluid, proper procedure and location under the hood to do so

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  • raymondmahon Apr 17, 2009

    its electric power steering, fuse problem hoprfully

  • Anonymous May 11, 2009

    where do we put the power steering fluid?

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You have electric steering if it doesn't work check the fuses under the hood

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