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Old 01-17-2013, 09:35 AM   #1
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Power Steering Issues

I first noticed a puddle under my car near the front passenger side of the engine. The leak looks like it is coming from under the hose that is covered by a heat shield.

The dash lights are also starting to dim. Iíve never had to deal with powering steering issues before. In the past, lights dimming meant there was an issue with the alternator.

Any suggestions?


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