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What kind of power steering fluid workd best on a 1998 plymouth voyager?

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Any regular psf will work or if you have some atf trans fluid this will do the same.

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check power steering fluid if real real low you have a leak at hoses or pump seals.if all is good check for low tires and lack of lubrication to at ball joints and tie rod ends. if all is good you have power steering pump failure.

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