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97 Lincoln Continental P/S issue


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Just had this one towed in for an alternator... which led to customers concern of power steering fluid leakage, and on a side note needing water pump, tensioner, and idler pulley. It appears to be leaking from around the pump and resevoir, and of course not wanting to put it all back together start it up and start looking where we can't see anyways... Have you guys seen these as a high fail item on these cars? We're certainly booked on the labor if we need to reasemble and diagnosis it after the fact, considering the amount of usable space to work, and see into these vehicles.

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