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How much can I epxect to pay for a slow power steering fuild leak?

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Depends on where it is.
If it is simply a hose, they run about $30 for the part, and about $35 labor (half hour).
If it is the main rack or pump, then I suggest a salvage part for about $40 and $70 labor (one hour).
A new pump or rack could cost hundreds, and is not worth it.

Posted on Oct 09, 2010

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