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Q: Car leaks power steering fluid

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My car is leaking power steering fluid.

There are many hose/line connections involved in the power steering system that can be possible leak points. The power steering pump and steering gear (rack and pinion) are major components and common failure items on your vehicle. Have an experienced technician, like the ones at YourMechanic, inspect the entire power steering system for leaks and wet spots that may become leaks.

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