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The dealer reports a small power steering fluid leak from a hose & fluid dripping from the power steering fluid pump. I habe not seen fluid leakage in my garage. I have not noticed steering problems. Should i get it repaired/replaced or wait for problems to show more?

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Amanda J. Pierce, MBA LA, You may not see residue in your garage, from your pump to the ground there are many components your power steering can seep on. You can always visit another repair facility for a second opinion, and should always have issues reported, repaired, as soon as possible to prevent further complications down the road.

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