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Can you see the steering shaft? if you can follow the steering shaft down, It will take you to the pump. On top of the pump, you will see where you have to fill. It will be a plastic dip stick, short( about 3 or 4 inches). you will use that to refill the pump. There is no reservoir like the radiator. Its built into the pump.

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