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I took my 2008 mdx for a b23 service and they are asking for a brake and power stearing fluid liquid, they say thata is something that should be done every 3 years is this so? thank you Ana

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SOURCE: cannot locate where to put transmission fluid

Look for the yellow dip stick WAY in the back by the firewall. Might be back there. Manufacturers sure like to hide those things. Hope this helps.

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the power steering reservoir should be under the hood it should'nt be hard to find it usually a round container with a screw top & it is towards one side of the engine.....hope this helps.....cheers

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Tie rod ends, steering gear box, and boots
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Driveshaft boots
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All fluid levels and condition of fluids
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