Roughly how much will it cost to fix a steering wheel fluid leak in 1993 Camry

Asked by Nov 25, 2015 at 01:46 PM about the 1993 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

My son needs a super inexpensive car to mostly get him to and from work. Ive seen a '03 Camry on sale for $800 that Im told runs great but has a leak. If its gonna cost an arm and a leg to fix this I wont buy it but if its an affordable fix I need to get it today since hes in a real bind without a car.

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If the fluid is not gushing out in which it would need to be repaired you can try Lucas Power Steering Stop Leak used it before and it stopped a leak that I had in my steering system. No guarantees but it is worth a try.

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It all depends on where the leak is at if its a bad line the cost of labor will be expensive if it is a bad pump that's something u can buy from a junk yard and do it ur self if it is the steering gear rack it will be costly

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Take it by a local mechanic and get an estimate on the repairs. It is impossible to say without looking at it whether it will be a cheap and easy fix or not. Might just be a loose connection or a bad hose.

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