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Lucas power steering stop leak review

Lucas pwer steering stop leak field test results feedback review

This Lucas power steering stop leak fluid did not stop our small leak but slowed it down enough to make it worth the purchase.

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Power steering fluid, like transmission fluid, EATS rubber parts. In other words, it will eat your rubber bushings out of the suspension components in the path of the leak. FYI.

On the other hand, it is rust proofing the bottom of the car...)

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