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I have a 2004 Impala LS 3800 seriesII, I can not find my power steering cap to check my fluid level. The manual displays it as right in front of the alternator but it isn't

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Remove radiator oveflow tank (2 nuts, lift out), look straight down below it you will see a cap. That is your power steering reservoir.

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Under the alternator.

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