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Q: Power steering leaking

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The power steering is leaking.

Hello. It would first be necessary to pinpoint where the leak is coming from by doing a power steering system check. Once the origin of the leak is found that component would need to be replaced. I recommend having a certified mechanic inspect your vehicle and then properly addressing these repairs.

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