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1999 olds cutlass power steering leak

(1999 Oldsmobile Cutlass)
in Malvern, PA on March 08, 2011
Recently changed power steering pump and leak continuew
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on March 08, 2011
You have rack and pinion and lines/connections/seals to inspect for source. Best to spray all system down with brake clean and let dry, start and turn left to right to create pressure in system and see where fluid pushes out at.
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