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2010 F150 power steering fluid leaking from the cooler/AC condensor. Is there a recall on this? Very common problem

Approx cost of repair or is if OK to bypass with an aftermarket transmission cooler?

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If the A/C is OK, just add an aftermarket transmission cooler for the power steering. Saves lots of money.

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