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Date:         Tue, 15 Feb 2011 16:31:18 -0600
Reply-To:     mcneely4@COX.NET
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From:         Dave Mcneely <mcneely4@COX.NET>
Subject:      power steering leak '91 VW Vanagon GL Campmobile, 2.1 waterboxer
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Power steering fluid is leaking from the reservoir, the hose connections, or the hoses themselves. It appears most likely to be the connections of the two hoses at the reservoir. How difficult a repair is this to do myself? Where do the other ends of those hoses connect -- how hard to get to without a lift? I assume that I will need to bleed air from the power steering system after the repair. How difficult is that to do?

Thanks, mcneely

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