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Q: Power steering fluid leak

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I have a power steering fluid leak, but it is not from the pump.

A: A problem with power steering fluid should ...

A problem with power steering fluid should be addressed as soon as possible to ensure safety on the road. The leak could be one of the power steering lines or in the steering rack. A trained technician can use a leak detection kit to pinpoint the leak and make necessary repairs.

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