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Powersteering always leaking.checked the hoses and the pump looked fine to us. its seem to spray at the end of its turns. but no can spot the leak

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Ok. if the hoses and pump seems dry and it sprays near the end of the travel, then i'd hate to say it, but i would be checking the steering gear or the rack and pinion. Probably a bad boot or loose clamp. But that sure sounds like a faulty hose problem. Over time they do wear out and will cause leaks like that. If fluid is going down, and nothing is leaking externally, then i would suspect the rack and pinion s faulty. Good luck!

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