Question about 1992 Honda Accord
Steering oil leak usually happens at the joint of rubber hose to metal hose where you see a clamp to keep it in a place. When a ruber hose is aging causing some cracks at the cross section and clamps can not tighten it any more. Replace all rubber hoses as well as new clamps from your steering hoses, then you won't see any leak any more. This is a good chance to change the steering oil as well as flush all the old oil out for good. It won't cost you a lot and you will be happy at the end.
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
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