Question about 1999 Toyota 4Runner
I own a 1999 toyota fore-runner. There is a slow leak in my power steering system. I am replaceing about a qt a month of steering fluid. I can see the fluid dripping from about 2 feet back from the bumper, about in line with the wheel axles. Unfortunately I can not see where the drip originates from. Two questions, 1) as this is a ten year old car with only 150m mile on it is there any cheap temporary fix that will last 20-30m miles. If not does anyone have an idea what this may cost to fix. I can't tell if it is easy to work on, or whether they need to pull out the whole engine to get at it. Thanks, Part time pete.
It most likey be the pump and the engine does not have to come out. but it could be a pump houseing or a hose leaking, the only thing to do is keep adding fluid a pump seal is $37.10 put putting it on would cost 2 hours of labor.
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