Question about 2006 Hummer H3
Driving without power steering is possible, but difficult. It should not be considered "safe" but it will get you to the garage. And a slow leak can have a quick fix, but should be serviced soon.
If you are having power steering problems, you can do without temporarily, but you should get it serviced as soon as you can!
If you are having problems with your vehicle's power steering, you more than likely have a leak. Be it a slow or fast leak, it should be fixed as soon as possible. You may, however just be low on power steering fluid. You should check all the fluids in your vehicle regularly.
If your notice one day that your power steering starts whining and slowly get worse over a few days or weeks, you most likely have a slow leak. If all of the sudden your power steering goes out, then you may have a blown seal. Or you may have a leaky power steering pump.
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