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POWER STEERING LEAKING FUILD

POWER STEERING FUILD IN LEAKING AS FAST AS I PUT IT IN
I DIDN'T SEE ANY LEAK FROM A HOSE..CAN THERE BE ANOTHER PROBLEM

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It could be a bad seal on the rack - jack the car up, get underneath (use jackstands for safety), and have someone pour fluid in - maybe you can see where it's leaking.

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