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My verna has a steering oil leak , what is the solution except changing the whole steering ?

Published On : Jul 5, 2011 jahangir
Category : Hyundai Verna
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Hi Jahangir, The power-steering system on your car operates under high pressure, making leaks a common problem. To find and fix a leak, you need to inspect several points between the steering pump and steering-gear assembly. On most steering systems, you can follow specific procedures to solve the problem. 1. Start the engine, and rotate the steering wheel all the way from left to right several times to increase system pressure. 2. Turn off the engine and inspect the system from the engine compartment, In some cases, you might have to wait a day or two for the leak to reveal itself. 3. Look for possible cracks around the power steering pump. If you find fluid around the pump case, the case is damaged and should be replaced. 4. Make sure the fittings around the hoses are tight. 5. Check metal lines connecting the steering-gear assembly to other components. A ruptured metal line needs to be replaced.
DARWIN on Tuesday, July 5, 2011 7:17:11 PM
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