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Cherokee 4.0 leaking stearing fluid belt weel loose

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Hi,

It sounds like the power steering pump has worn out the front seal.

This will have to rebuilt and the pump will need to be taken into a workshop to be done.

Thanks

Jason

Posted on May 26, 2010

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