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Old 12-12-2006, 12:48 PM   #11
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at 268,000 I've never done it. I had to top it off a little while ago for some reason. Doesn't leak that I can tell. Didn't take much, maybe a couple ounces. I got a weird feeling when turning a corner once, checked the fliud and it was down a little, toped it off, good to go.
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Old 12-12-2006, 12:56 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by willwren
If his steering isn't right, why didn't he post this in the 87-91 section? How about we troubleshoot the problem, rather than ask vague questions?
Because I know there is nothing serious wrong with my steering and if there is, I don't really want to think about it unless it could be a worse thing than I think?

I was only curious to know about the power steering system, because my friend asked me and I said I honestly did not know, and so I figured some of you would know.

Getting back to my issue, does this sound really bad? Should I start a new topic in 87-91?
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If you have a problem with your car, post it in 87-91 please. You should have done that in the first place. We don't discuss mechanical issues in General Chat. You should know that by now.
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