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Old 03-31-2014, 11:22 AM   #1
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i need to change the hydraulic oil container in my impala ls 2000, but i cant find the numer part of it, and im not sure that its called like that.

could you guys help me to find the right name or part?
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you talking about brakes or steering?
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you talking about brakes or steering?
steering.
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so its called power steering reservoir normally let me see if i can find it on rock auto or something
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they have one for 3400, not listed for 3800

DORMAN Part # 603905 {#10314213, 26048008} No Low Fluid Sensor
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its attached to the pump on 3800 engines, so you likely have to buy it that way
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thanks, man.

also, can i put some tank sealer meanwhile i buy the new one, since is just an small whole in the power steering tank?.
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if you mean the sealer fluid you add, its generally not a good idea, as the stuff they put in it gums everything up.
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if you mean the sealer fluid you add, its generally not a good idea, as the stuff they put in it gums everything up.
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