How do I repair a power steering leak

Asked by Mar 29, 2013 at 12:24 AM about the 1999 Chrysler 300M 4 Dr STD Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

5 Answers

order up new hoses, get yourself a 'flare line wrench' of the correct size and changeroo...may have to fill slowly so's not to get air into the loop~

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Where is the leak? Hose? Pump? Box at end of steering shaft?

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...yes, had not considered fluid leakin' from the main seal...have never seen this type of failure~....good one.

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g.mornin' Judge. I have. It happened to my Lincoln, and it was also leaking from the deal they have on the Lincoln the is some sort of restrictor to prevent over~steering at high speeds..that car had such a powerful one~ finger~ turn the~wheel if you whipped the steering wheel at 70 just a tad too much, it would steer you right in to the ditch, they put a thing on to prevent that the fluid went through that before the steering pinion . Next case.

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Electronic Variable Orifice (EVO) it is called

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