Power Steering Leak From Pump and/or Hose on Toyota Celica

The power steering pump and power steering hoses tend to develop leaks and require replacement.

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Average mileage: 169,267 (98,000–230,000)
5 model years affected: 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, more1994
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8 people shared problem details
Power steering hose that runs from pump to rack and pinion has leak and requires me to top off the power steering fluid every three months. I am getting the pump replaced tomorrow at Midas including a flush, they are asking 258 dollars including labor, while the Pep Boys down the street were asking for 427 dollars! I know where I am taking my business from now on.
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1993 Toyota Celica115,000
leaking and pump and hose replaced by mechanic shop but after about three months leaks continued...same power steering leak. what can i do?
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1992 Toyota Celica190,000
Pours fluid out of orig.pump replaced at dealership and was leaking again with in a week
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1993 Toyota Celica205,000
Presently, now at approximately 230k miles, I've been going through a quart of "leak-stop" power steering fluid every 4-6 days. I'm getting ready to address the issue properly, as the focus had been on body work as of late due to an accident.
1991 Toyota Celica98,000
I literally have to put power steering fluid in my car a few times a month.
1994 Toyota Celica168,000
seal is leaking on pump, could not remove one hose, will take o repair shop.
1992 Toyota Celica220,000
Power Steering hoses have been leaking for about 10000 miles
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