Power Steering Leak on Toyota Pickup

At higher mileages (125,000 -150,000) the power steering pump may begin to leak on the 6 cylinder vehicles and could require replacement.

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Average mileage: 192,454 (115,000–375,000)
5 model years affected: 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, more1994
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I had a power steering leak for over 2 years. Had to add a bottle every couple days. Started to notice that the oil would raise in level at the same rate I was loosing power steering fluid! It was the air control valve connected to the pump. When you idle and turn the wheels the air control valve will open to raise the idle so the engine doesn't lug. When it goes bad it leaks into the intake at such a rate it goes into the engine!
power steering fluid leaking and need to add fluid every couple days, pressure washed and cleaned best as possible but still cannot pin point the leak. Not much room to see in that area. Will post back when I find the exact cause
1991 Toyota Pickup 200,000 mi,
Power steering pump leaks continusly and fan brakes completely off of the fan clutch.
1990 Toyota Pickup 200,000 mi,
keep adding fluid
1994 Toyota Pickup 128,000 mi,
Leaks not fixed
Power steering leaked a lot, two bottles of Lucas power steering stop leak then going back to regular power steering fluid fixed it.
1994 Toyota Pickup 155,000 mi,
FLUID LEAK, HAVE NOT FIXED PROBLEM, JUST KEEP ADDING FLUID