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Power stering power steering is leaking from hose at pump

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I have a leak in my Power Steering fluid as well in my 1990 Toyota Celica, how do I identify where the leak is? - It's a fast leak, I filled it up less than 24 hours ago and it's almost completely empty, also when I make turns it makes an odd sound, which I assume is because of the leak... help please!!

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Replace the hose with a new one or replace the pump itself

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SOURCE: steering has whining noise when turning at low

fill power steering fluid if it is full replace pump

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SOURCE: 1994 4 runner has replaced power steering pump and hoses are fine but wont hold power steering fluid

IT CAN BE ISSUE WITH HOSES TOO. GET THE PRESSURE TEST CONDUCTED FOR POWER STEERING PUMP. IT WILL TELL YOU WHERE THE PRESSURE IS GETTING RELEASED SO YOU CAN CONCENTRATE ON THAT AREA.
---------In relation to these problem there are few solved help links,i suggest you to go through link mentioned below.
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and click the link:-----

POWER STEERING TROUBLESHOOTING PROBLEMS


http://alltypesofpartsreplacing.blogspot.com/2012/12/power-steering-troubleshooting-steering.html

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These will help.

Thanks.

Posted on Dec 06, 2012

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