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Need help please!

Need help from f250 crowd 6.4
I'm out of town and my power steering went out. Brake are hard too. Can someone guide me on what it might be. Power steering fluid smells like burnt rubber. I have an 08 f250 4x2. Any suggestions would be welcomed. Does anyone know I the warranty covers what might be wrong. I'm thinking its the power steering pump. But don't know where it's located. Help help help
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I'm sure your truck could use a power steering flush. Simple to do on the side of the road with a piece of hose and a bucket

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did u throw a belt?? power steering wont work and brakes wont if it has no belt

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No I have belt on. Should I have one belt or two. 6.4 diesel?

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No I have belt on. Should I have one belt or two. 6.4 diesel?
that i dont know but if both those arnt working thats the only thing i thought of

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