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Old 04-09-2008
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p/s pump bit the dust

i started to notice oil leaking from my truck about a week ago so i did some searching and found it was my power stearing pump. it wasnt the hose it was leaking from the acual pump. so instead of doin it myself because i dont have the time. i droped it off at ford and 500 bucks later its back on the road.
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why do you have oil in your power steering pump?
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i just thought oil was leaking cause thats what it looked like lol. i keep p/s fluid in it.
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