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1998 Toyota MR2 power steering problem without any warning of any discsciption P/S warning light illumnated and no power steering oli reservoir full sugest any possible cause and remedy

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Power steering is operated by electric pump on this vehicle, check fuses, check for fault codes if fuses ok

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