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Losing power steering fluid from under my car.

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Is it coming from the pump hose or rack n pinion

Posted on Jul 12, 2009

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If you haven't been losing or having to add Power Steering fluid it sounds like it could be your pressure sensor module. They are usually down on the rack and pinon device. I am assuming you do not have any Power Steering hoses leaking. YOU might put some card board under your Vehicle motor at evenings if your work Days. If in the morning and you pull the card board out you will either have fluid on it or not. If their is fluid and is red in color it is most likely your Power Steering hose and needs replace. Some are easier than other to change. you have a suction hose that pulls the Fluid in and the ptessure hose to move pressure Fluid out. Good Luck.

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POWER STEERING LIGHT COMES-LOSE POWER STEERING.. SHUT THE CAR OFF. RESTART SAME THING. SOMEONE SUGGESTED REPLACING [OWER STEERING MOTOR UNDER STEERING COLUMN


Did you check your power steering fluid? That would be the first thing I checked! I would also look for obvious signs of leaking around the power steeing pump.

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I just replaced a power steering pump in my car,but i am losing all the fluid that i just put in.chcked for leaks obove the motor , but dont see anything.i looked underneath and their is fluid...


THE PRESSURE HOSE IS LEAKING ,IT HAS A HOLD IN IT SOME TO PUMP AND POWER STEERING RESOVIOR WHERE YOU PUT THE FLUID IN FOR THE POWER STREERING PUMP

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Makes a whining sound when i turn the steering wheel


Check the level of power steering fluid, under the hood, it's labeled, it has a low/full line on the side. If it's low, that could be the easiest solution. The noise is usually caused by air in the lines. The noise will probably be more prominent if it is cold and when it warms up it should go away or be less noticeable. Unless you are losing power steering fluid or the steering becomes harder to control, it is not a problem to worry about. It's a very common problem with these vans. Most people just don't fix it unless the steering becomes difficult or the fluid leaks quite a bit. If that is the case you should take it to your mechanic because you might be losing fluid in the rack and that will need to be professionally repaired.

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Power steering is whinning?


Have you checked the fluid level? if not then need to.

If fluid level is full and you have not just done work on system so air could be trapped then problem is a p/s pump going out

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I keep losing power steering fluid from resvoir and when the fluid gets low a loud widing sound accurs. What should I do?


You must have a leak somewhere. The whinning noise is coming from the pump. They make that noise when they are out of fluid.

Are you seeing any puddles or oil drops on the ground under your car?

A power steering resevoir is't very large so it won't take very long or a very big leak to run it out of fluid.

There aren't that many parts to a power steering system either.

The leak would most likely becoming from a hose, a connection or from the power steering component cylinder or box.

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Your Camry uses ATF ( Automatic Transmission Fluid). Your going to have to get the leak repaired, common cause is the high pressure hose is leaking and soon it will fail 100% and your going to lose your power steering. Worst is the ATF is flammable and if it hits a hot spot like the exhaust manifold, it will catch fire. Good luck and hope this helps, and don't let the fluid get too low. Low fluid in your steering pump will cause damage. 

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