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Where is the power steering fluid added? I can't find the cap under the hood.

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It should be located on the drive belt end of the engine with a steering wheell picture on the cap or it reads power steering fluid on top.Check and clean all caps it may just be dirty making it unable to read it.On some of those cars they put it down low in the engine compartment depending where they located the pump.

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