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So went down and Found where my problem was at. The problem was there was a leak on the powersteering. The place it was leaking from was the bolt on the bottom of the powersteering fluid. I had to pull off the IC pipe to get to this. Any thought on what the washer or whatever stops the fluid from running through the threads and out might be called?


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not off hand, but powerstrokehelp.coim has a video on this very problem i think. he may have tae info, and i think he also has a part number for an improved power steering unit.

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not off hand, but powerstrokehelp.coim has a video on this very problem i think. he may have tae info, and i think he also has a part number for an improved power steering unit.
X2. he talks about that. "he doesnt know everything" BUT on his powerstrokehelp.com website>7.3 engine>common leaks>2nd video, he pulls it off the truck and shows where it usually leaks and how to fix, and like the post above said I guess there is a chevy ps pump that works better but I never heard anything about it

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