Question about 2000 Subaru Outback
Posted by Anonymous on
Most likely air is being entrained into the PS fluid. Look inside the PS fluid tank while idling - maybe need a heper to turn the steering wheel - if you see foam/bubbles, that is a problem.
Often an easy fix with an o-ring ro 2. dig around at www.subaruoutback.org for more info/diagrams.
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