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Power steering filter

Does this system have a changeable filter .Please

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Drain the fluid at the large 24mm nut just crack it open and drain the fluid . then close the nut refill with power steering fluid .then bleed it with your cap off. turn full lock left and right a few times .than refit the cap.

Posted on Dec 29, 2013

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