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this was about a 100 miles ago or alittle less one of my powersteering lines were clogged and i clean and rebled the system when i putted the fluid in it i over filled it just a little bit but i just noticed this evenin that i lost about a pint and i can not figure out where its goin and also another think i noticed was the fluid was a light brown and it smelled like oil but i putted fresh fluid in it but i dont if this is normal but i purty sure it aint

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You got to remember there is nearly another quart caught in the steering box and the hyro-booster...What I do is disconnect the return line from the PS pump and cap that nipple. The route the the return line back to a waste bucket. The start the ngine and rock the steering left or right till the pump runs dry. This only takes a few seconds and then shut down the engine. The re-fill and do again. I do this till the system is completely purged out. Then hook up the reutrn line and re-fill... This should help...

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alright man i appricate it it my take a few days but ill let you know and you wouldnt know of a injection pump leakin oil do you?

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thanks and i dont mean to sound dumb or anythang but where is that actually at like where it connects and other connection and thanks again

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If I'm not mistaken the oil feed comes off the vacuum pump feed line and heads up to the P-pump. So there should be a braided oil line that runs up to the P-pump that most likely have a banjo bolt holding it on. As for exactly where I'm not sure. I've never had the pleasure of working on a 12V 2nd gen yet...

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i got gotcha now but i think i would have to agree with ya on that one havin no pleasure workin on a 2nd gen 12v LOL

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