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Old 25 Apr 2014, 05:07 am
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Default power steering leak

I have a 2005 pt cruiser. I can poor fluid into the power steering pump and as quickly as I poor it in it leaks out underneath the car next to the driver side wheel. If someone could plz help me solve my problem I would greatly appreciate it very much. I can't see any leaks from the pump itself I was told that it might be the power steering pressure switch? I don't know so plz help give me some ideas. Thank you!
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Old 14 Jul 2014, 12:30 pm
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Default Re: power steering leak

I'm wondering where this switch is. I have my driver's side wheel off. Looks like a leak at the fittings unless the switch is nearby and dripping/spraying on it.
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