My husband and I own two Hyundais. He drives a 2004 XG-350, I drive a 2007 Entourage. As I write this, the van is at the Hyundai service center for brake repairs and an oil change. The bill will be around $430. We received a 100% Hyundai certificate in the mail to get $50 off a $200 paid service. I thought I could use it for the repairs on the van. The service guy informed me I could not, it could only be used on my husband's car, since the coupon listed his Vin ID #. Why didn't I receive one for the van too? Saving $50 sounds pretty good to me.
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I suggest flushing the system first, could simply be build up from leaving the cap loose, or whatnot. Refill it with a conditioning fluid, like Lucas power steering fluid. Let us know if further diagnosis is needed