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1990 suzuki sidekick red light comes on dash

This light is red and is round like a stearing wheel my car also squeels when driving, am i low in power fluid, i am new at this, please help? thankyou

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Check your power steering fluid,
sounds like it would be low on fluid

Posted on May 08, 2009

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