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After discovering my alternator was cocked b/c of bushing failure (installed incorrectly by mechanic) I got that fixed this a.m. Alternator back in .... then I moved to P/S issue. When I discovered the alternator issue, the next day all of the P/S fluid puked on the floor...so I get the car up on jacks today, clean everything up, and try to see if there's a cut/split hose, or something. Pour some fluid in and wait....nothing....fill it up and start car and let it run for awhile while cleaned the floor...nothing, fluid right where is should be....drive the car for about 30 miles...come home....nothing. Leave car for the rest of day....check fluid...its ok. The leak was defintely above the rack....my non-mechanical wife even thinks this is bizzare.
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