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Seems like the power steering pumpis leaking, I have fluid below the truck and allover the top of the steering g ear box, cannot tellif it is leaking from the pump or the lines, I tried putting in Lucas Power steering leak sealant and did not work, thinking I need to replace pump, need directions on "How To" replace the pump...Thanks

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If this is around a 1999 F150, it is the Power Steering line going to the front steering oil cooler. There is a plastic clip which holds the line against the frame. Apparently it is a common problem. The plastic part seems to hold road salt and moisture against the metal and it corrodes.

Change the line out or at least take it off and inspect it.

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