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There is a powersteering leak in a metal hose that goes in the rdiator area then out how do i change it and why does it leak and what is it going in to

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Buy a trans cooler and run the lines to the cooler instead of the radiator, plug off the holes to the radiator, make sore you flush the radiator before running the car

Posted on Oct 12, 2010

  • vanbstone Oct 12, 2010

    they donnt go in to the radiator they go in to somthing else its like a smaller radiator what is it

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