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Old 04-01-2012, 02:38 AM   #11
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Your old power steering fluid looks like the contents of my old fuel filter. I might trod to the store and find a turkey baster.
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Old 04-01-2012, 04:17 PM   #12
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"I might trod to the store and find a turkey baster."

Head to the Ace Hardware and buy some thin hard clear plastic hose. 10 times easier, cleaner and you will get more of the bad stuff out. Don't worry about getting the old stuff in your mouth via siphoning, the dirty fluid is super easy to spot coming through the hose(not like when we were kids getting a mouth full of gas siphoning fuel from Dad'* car for the motorcycles).
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You know whats nastier than gas? Engine coolant. That crap, holy cow, is that stuff nasty to get in your mouth.
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Yes it is and the taste takes for ever to get ride off.
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