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Old 01 Dec 2006, 04:33 pm   #1 (permalink)
benj
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Default power steering fluid leak

if i have power steeriing fluid leak on my 97 toyota camry, what likely
went wrong? wat is the average price to fix it? Anyone can provide some
info I greatly appreciated, thanks in advance.

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Old 02 Dec 2006, 09:25 am   #2 (permalink)
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Depends on where it is from. Power steering fluid can leak from a few
different places, each with different costs associated. The three main
system components that leak in your car are the pump, the rack, and the
pressure hose. These costs are also different depending on the engine in
your car. Your best bet is to figure out where exacly it is leaking
either
by getting under there with a flashlight or finding a tech to put it up
on
a lift for you .

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Old 02 Dec 2006, 10:24 am   #3 (permalink)
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qslim wrote:
> Depends on where it is from. Power steering fluid can leak from a few
> different places, each with different costs associated. The three main
> system components that leak in your car are the pump, the rack, and the
> pressure hose. These costs are also different depending on the engine in
> your car. Your best bet is to figure out where exacly it is leaking
> either
> by getting under there with a flashlight or finding a tech to put it up
> on
> a lift for you .


how do i tell where the pump, rack, pressure hose is located? You are
right I better find out before I go to a shop..

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