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Old 09-20-2019, 10:56 PM
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Originally Posted by pshovest View Post
Loosen the clamps and rotate the boot so the rip/tear/opening is up. This will likely stop the leak. Then attempt to seal. I wouldn't worry about a little oil in the boot.
Thanks for the advice. But the tear was/is already on the top side of the boot. And the power steering reservoir was almost empty. So this isnít a small leak.

Yesterday AM the passenger side of the lower engine compartment and the wheel well was dripping with fluid creating a good size puddle on the garage floor.. After wiping up the floor, I removed the plastic panels in search of the leak and wiped them clean before re-installing them. The little tear in the boot is the only thing I found that could have leaked power steering fluid.

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