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I need some liquid to stop my van making noises

I need some liquid for my van,when i steer when parking my van makes a noise, a bottle is empty but i dont know what liquid to put in it,
i drive a p reg peugoet expert van when you open the bonnet and look in the bottle is on the left, i dont know if it is brake fluid, power steering, transmission. help
i drive a p reg peugeot expert van

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It's not the transmission, because you wouldn't see the space that the transmission fluid fills, and it's doubtful that it's the brake fluid, the brakes will act up all the time (stop lights, etc) if that were the case, so it must be the powersteering fluid. If your car is sort of a pain to steer around corners, the slower you go, the harder it is to move the wheel to turn, and you hear a sort of whiney noise when you get into a deep turn, or are turning slowly, that would for sure be powersteering.

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