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    thanks i'll try again

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UHM TO WHAT YOU DESCRIVE ITS LOW ON THE POWER STEERING IS LOW ON FLUID. CHECK IT AND ADD AS MARKED. HOPE THIS HELPS. IF YOU TURN THE WHEELS BUT IS NOT THE FUILD BEEN LOW. CHECK YOUR SUSPENSION BALL JOINT'S FOR BEEN DRY OR NEEDING LUBE. HOPE THIS HELPS YOU.....

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