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My question is pretty simple.. when refilling power steering fluid what is the cap called b/c i lost mine and can't find out how to order another one...makes for a greasy mess. 95' Honda Accord - and if anyone know where i can get a replacement i would appreaciate it. thanks :)

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The answer is very simple, too. It is called "Cap, Oil Tank" by Honda.

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    Honda part number is 53697-SB3-952 and the dealer list price is, get this, 0.98. Less than a dollar, such a deal. This cap is smaller than most and may not be available at an auto parts store but for less than a dollar, go to the Honda Dealer.

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Its simply called a power steering resivoir cap,you should be able to pick one up at any parts store or have them order it in for you.hope this helps

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