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1997 Plymouth Voyager, 6 Clyinder van. Leaking Power Steering fluid like crazy. I did add a bottle of extreme leak stop, still dripping a bit. It seems to be leaking right below where the steering wheel is, but not from any of the tubes.

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  • wintergrace0 Aug 23, 2010

    I did some more investigating, I have a rusted out steel tube and clamp.

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Stop leak is not a valid fix for pressurized things, like steering. Find the leak and fix it.

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