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My power steering fluid is leaking from my car i went to the shop and its coming from the rackingpenion on both sides its the seals and they want over $1,000 to repair it is there anywhere in columbus ohio where i can can it done cheaper

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Well you can call around to some junkyards and get a cheap price
on a used unit, or do an exchange as I know there are rebuilders for these things. That may save you some money on the parts, however the labor is going to beat you up anywhere as it it much more involved than removing and replacing a few bolts. The vehicle will have to be aligned so find a shop which can do that too.

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