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I have a 1995 suburban it had a seal in the steering box that was leaking i took it to a dealer they fixed the seal but now i have fluid coming out of the power steering pump fill cap i replaced the cap but it didn,t help what can i do now the pump doesn,t work because it ran dry

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Take it back to the Dealer and raise some Hell, it should be under Warranty still, it sound like there is a restriction in the line or they originally overfilled it.

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