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Q: Problem with power steering

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I had the power steering hose replaced a few weeks back and now there is a problem with my power steering.

Hi there. After a power steering hose is replaced, it is in need of a system bleed. If there is air in the system or if is low on power steering fluid it will not function properly. I’d suggest having a certified mechanic diagnose your power steering issue further in person. They will be able to provide a power steering fluid service for your car as necessary.

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