Q: My car leaks when I fill up the steering oil right away.

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The car steering was stiff all of a sudden when I was driving yesterday, I was shopping and I left the car in the spot,I went back the next day to avoid towing,in fact, it was very hard to steer and it required extra effort, I drove home now it's in the parking, so I just want to know, how much is the estimate cost for the repair,what should I be prepared for? In addition,the car was fine that whole day,I drove a lot during that day,however,I herd noises when ever I stopped for the traffic light. I knew something unusual was about to happen, but I thought it was the brakes, now is there possible for me to fix my self to skip the cost of the mechanic. Thank you million times for the answers, I am waiting.

My car has 14000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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