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Hi, my power steering pump was leaking so replaced pump

Hi, my power steering pump was leaking so replaced the front seal and sealed the pump up and put it back on, now i carnt blead it up after running for less than a minute the fluid airates, any help?

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  • jkorff Sep 27, 2009

    tryed that already, the fluid just becomes full of air bubbles (like foam) and it has to sit for a hour or so for the fluid to go back to normal. power steering still works fine but very nosiey. is there another way to bleed it?

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