Power steering fluid on 1996 Plymouth Voyager

power steering fluid leaks what can cause this.

by in Ravenna, OH on January 27, 2009
3 answers 2 comments
ANSWER by on January 27, 2009
The power steering system has 3 main parts, the pump, steering rack, and the hoses. Any three of these can and do leak. You will need to identify where the leak is coming from, or take it in to a shop to have it diagnosed
COMMENT by on January 27, 2009
Thanks so much for the response
COMMENT by on January 27, 2009
You are very welcome! Good Luck!
ANSWER by on February 19, 2009
I am pretty sure the problem coming from power steering pump rusting. - 1, change new one, 2, change lkq one, 3, take out to welding or metal bonding to fill the hose, -the problem will solve.
ANSWER by on February 19, 2009
I am pretty sure the problem coming from power steering pump rusting. - 1, change new one, 2, change lkq one, 3, take out to welding or metal bonding to fill the hose, -the problem will solve.
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