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No hydrolics working, no steering, how much oil do you put in?

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If it is completely drained, the power steering system will normally take about two or three liters of fluid. The cap should have a dipstick on it, or the reservoir will have marks on it. If you can't find any marks, fill it to about 4 cm from the top. It will expand some as it heats up, so do not overfill.

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