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Posted by Anonymous on
The Duramax trucks by Chevy and GMC use Hydro-Boost brakes, meaning that they use a hydrolic pump for the brakes and the steering. GM has had real trouble with leaky Hydrlic hoses on all their trucks for a few years (like my truck) for leaking coolant lines from the trans and as I found out today during my oil change, coming from the hydro-boost. These are replacable, but not under warrenty for you or me.
Posted on Jul 17, 2010
Generally, the power steering fluid and the brake fluid are separate entities.
Sometimes the power steering return line can go around the engine compartment to cool the power steering fluid, as in the 1990 Cadillac Deville, for instance, which is a GM product.
Hope this helps.
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