Q: Q: Power steering fluid leak

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My car is leaking power steering fluid even after replacing the power steering pump.

There are a few more parts to check for leaks: There are two lines leaving the pump. There are other hoses to check, and the steering gear can leak from several places. If you would like to have your power steering fluid leak inspected and repaired, consider YourMechanic - our mechanics provide diagnostics at your home or office.

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