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We have lost the power steering pump in our 2004 trailblazer I think. We add fluid and it leaks out, how do you change the pump? Could it be a hose? Thanks

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You have to determine where the leak is occurring, at the pump, hoses or the rack and pinion unit.

Posted on Sep 11, 2010

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